Staddle Stones and Padstones
What are Staddle stones?
Staddle Stones are traditional post bases for oak and timber buildings and garages.
Originally installed as foundational supports in granaries and stables.
Used to lift wooden buildings above ground level to protect from vermin and water damage.
Staddlestones are thought to date back to the 17th century.
Mushroom stones are now more commonly used as garden ornaments, and look charming placed among borders or between trees.
Staddlestones and padstones are still often used in wooden building design and finish off timber garages or stables beautifully.
Handmade in the UK
All Chilstone staddle and padstones are hand made at our cast stone company workshop in Kent, UK by master stone craftsmen.
You are welcome to browse our range of mushroom and staddle stones online, or feel free to call the friendly team and order made to measure padstones in all sizes to suit your building requirements.
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Cast stone colour choices
Light Bath Stone
The photographs above are merely intended to be indicative of final colour and may vary slightly from that shown. Product colours tend to be lighter than computer images. Stone colours are darker when wet.
Engraving & personalisation
Chilstone are pleased to offer many kinds of customisation and personalised detailing including house names, memorials, anniversaries and birthdays, building origin dates, plaques, historical biographical references and many more. Hand engraving is offered on any piece, whether it is a hand carved inscription on a stone monument or a personal message engraved on a brass garden ornament. Gilding and painting are also possible. Our sales team will be delighted to assist you with any personal project that you have in mind
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