Tennessee fieldstone has been the workhorse of builders and masons for hundreds of years. From the time the early settlers used fieldstone to erect homestead chimneys and etched grave markers for loved ones, Tennessee fieldstone has a prominent place in American architectural history. Its flexibility, functionality and weathered beauty make it ideal for a wide variety of building applications including fireplaces, patios, landscaping, edging, gardens and retaining walls.

Found mainly above ground or close to the surface, Tennessee fieldstone has a natural patina and course texture from years of elemental exposure. You'll find the stone in earth tone colors of brown, tan and even a dark grey known as Tennessee Blue. Cut to all shapes and sizes including thin stack, broken squares, thick capstone and stack nuggets, Tennessee fieldstone is an ideal building choice for almost any application.