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Pre War Common - 100 years old or brand new - your choice

Definition of Pre War Common Bricks -

Pre-war common bricks are relics of architectural history, bearing the indelible mark of craftsmanship and tradition. Manufactured before the upheavals of conflict, these bricks stand as enduring symbols of an era characterized by meticulous attention to detail and durability. With dimensions crafted to precise imperial standards, these bricks showcase the artistry of brick-making artisans of the time. Their weathered patina tells stories of generations past, evoking nostalgia for an age when construction was a blend of art and science. Each brick, with its distinctive imperfections and character, serves as a testament to the resilience of materials and the enduring legacy of craftsmanship from a bygone era.

How can Furness Brick help

Our unique production method has not changed from the early 1900's, hence our Pre War Common are not a copy of bricks from another time, they are the same bricks with the same production method.

We offer Pre War Common in all our standard and bespoke sizes.

The photos below show recently laid 80mm x 230mm Imperial Pre War Common.

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