Anglesey has always been rich in reddish brown sandstone. In fact, the island is made of it; Old Red Sandstone, forged south of the equator, drifted north in Devonian times.
Although quarried for centuries for architectural use, sustainable supply remains strong. Nowadays this sandstone is popular for its colour — a light yet warming, iron oxide brown reminiscent of Cotswold stone. But it’s by far the more versatile option. We cut our rocks in all shapes and sizes, from the very small to the very large.