Fieldledge highlights the historical significance of building stone veneer from a time when masonry served as a structural building product. It combines the random appearance of a Fieldstone veneer and the layered look of Ledgestone veneer pieces. Whether of a fieldstone or ledgestone variety – roughly shaped, the stones are not finished and have a rough texture and appearance. The development of uses for rubble stemmed from a desire to use as much full bed stone veneer as possible, rather than simply discarding waste materials. Our Fieldledge Line of natural full and thin veneer stone highlights this historic masonry technique. Utilitarian in form, stone products in the Fieldledge pattern stone installation give each project a rural, antiquated feel.

A finished building stone veneer and stacked stone or grout installation in the Fieldledge stone pattern is characterized by layered stone having a random appearance. Refer to our stone masonry blog for more details about how to install stone veneer in any one of the styles or patterns in our exceptional collection of Building Stone Veneers.

  • Color

  • Level

  • Autumn Siena

    Autumn Siena
    Gold
    Earth Tones
    Honey Tones
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  • Barnwood Blue Siena

    Barnwood Blue Siena
    Silver
    Shadow Tones
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  • Black Frost Siena

    Black Frost Siena
    Silver
    Shadow Tones
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  • Caramel Siena

    Caramel Siena
    Silver
    Earth Tones
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  • Chilton Heritage Blend

    Chilton Heritage Blend
    Bronze
    Sky Tones
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  • Fond du Lac Heritage Blend

    Fond du Lac Heritage Blend
    Bronze
    Arctic Tones
    Honey Tones
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  • Highland Scotch Siena

    Highland Scotch Siena
    Silver
    Honey Tones
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  • Mill Creek Colonial Blend

    Mill Creek Colonial Blend
    Silver
    Honey Tones
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  • Mill Creek Siena

    Mill Creek Siena
    Bronze
    Honey Tones
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