Collection: Hand Cut Edge Paving

Make your paving stones look even more natural with a hand-cut edge finish. This popular style will deliberately give the edges of your stone a more natural, rugged look. Leaving you a more organic rustic charm.
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It’s an easy and affordable type of finish to apply to stone and many people love it. That’s why it’s so popular. If you like the look of hand-split paving, then you’ll almost certainly want to complement it with this authentic finish.

 

Hand-cut edge paving goes by many names. It is sometimes referred to as ‘natural edge paving’, ‘fettled edge paving’ and ‘chiselled edge’. This is due to the tools that pavers use to achieve the finish.
 

Hand-cut paving is ideal for patios, paths and driveways.

 

With hand-cut paving stones, each piece is handcrafted. It’s deliberately less precise than other types of edging finishes, and this is what gives chiselled edge paving a more charming, characterful, organic feel. If you think you’ll prefer super-precise edging, you might want to check out our machine-cut edge paving slabs.

 

Hand-cut or hand-fettled stone is a traditional method for a more traditional stone appearance. Hand-cut edge finishes can be applied to any of the following types and styles of sandstone and limestone we have available. The colour tones can range from green to brown to grey to beiges or even yellows or pinks depending on which area of the quarry the stone is extracted from. There are also plenty of sizes to choose from if you click on each product.

 

Take a look at our hand-cut edge paving. And if you can’t find what you’re looking for get in touch — our specialists will be happy to help answer any questions and to find the product type you need.

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Paving that has had its edges cut with a hammer and chisel. As the name suggests, hand-cut paving involves a professional worker dressing the edges of the paving stone manually.

Creating the finish involves splitting the stone with a chisle, cutting it into sizes, and then manually dressing it with tools. It is a deliberately rough process, leaving behind a textured edging with varied thicknesses. The result is that the entire stone now looks more in line with the surface of the stone, and therefore more natural-looking and unprocessed.



It depends entirely on the look you’re going for. Limestone paving has greater weather resistance in the British climate and tends to be flatter and smoother.

Many people also believe limestone looks more ‘authentic’ and ‘lived-in’. But Indian sandstone is available in more colours and, some might argue, has more distinctive surface features.