Hi, my name is Gerald and I began my mission to transform fieldstone in 2011 under the name Springtime. I chose the name because this is the season when rocks grow in New England. In 2013 I changed the name to American Stonecraft.
On a trip back to the states, I learned that the reason for all the stone walls I loved about home, is that rocks grow at farms (sustainable supply! ☺) and that historic walls were being strip mined or moved (☹ not sustainable).I also discovered that these rocks were colorful, and came up with the idea to partner with independent family farms to make beautiful objects from their rocks.
I hope you enjoy what we create!
I am also proud to announce that we are a Benefit Corporation since 2016, so our business’s mission will be preserved for as long as we are still operating.
I hope you enjoy what we create. I am also proud to announce that we are a Benefit Corporation since 2016, so our business’s mission will be preserved for as long as we are still operating.
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No two are alike, each a work of art and a slice of nature. Live edges, organic shapes; just as the glaciers left them. Our team of artisans use custom-made diamond hand tools to slice, sculpt, hone and polish our farm gathered fieldstones, revealing more of their natural beauty. Local stones, hand gathered and handcrafted in small batches; even paying tribute to their farmer.Browse Our Shop