SC Stone Masons

Custom Stonework

There is no end to the creative ways you can use stone in your design. Let us help bring your ideas to life, so that you and your family can enjoy them for years to come!

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Stone Veneer

Stone veneer can be built to give the appearance of structural masonry. It is a versatile finish that can greatly enhance the beauty and value of your home or place of business. Though we usually work with "full" thickness veneer (4" - 8"), we can also install "thin" stone veneer (1" - 2.5") if requested.

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Stone Walls

"Dry" stone walls like this one are constructed without the use of mortar. They can be built with any type of stone, allowing for unlimited design possibilities. This wall was made using native New England field stone - the steps are reclaimed granite.

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Pool & Patio

Natural stone is an excellent choice for your pool patio. Travertine in particular stays cool enough to walk on during the hottest of summer days, and is naturally slip resistant, even when wet. This terraced Travertine patio features custom granite coping around the pool, and split granite steps at the transitions.

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Wood Fired Ovens

Baking the ultimate pizza is just one of the many things you can do in a wood-fired oven. Perfectly seared steaks, roasted chickens, vegetables, and of course hot, crusty bread are all just a lit match away. If you love to entertain, then it's time to up your game with your very own wood-fired oven!

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Fireplaces

Stone fireplaces are an elegant way to bring the outdoors in. With so many varieties of stone available, a custom fireplace can fit into any design, while adding a sense of permanence. This custom hearth is made from concrete, and is just one of the many hearth options available.

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Walkways

Un-cut fieldstone makes very natural walkways that blend into the surrounding landscape. This particular project incorporated large boulders into the walkway because it complemented the design of the home.

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Water Features

From elaborate cascades to small fish ponds, we can accommodate your desire to bring the soothing effects of a water feature to your space.

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Before & After

Love the drama of before and after shots? So do we! Check out our Gallery to see lots more of them!

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Contact Us

Currently accepting projects in the Columbia and Charleston areas of South Carolina - we are also willing to travel if the job is the right fit!

Stone Soup Blog
  • Wood Oven Diary….Catching up.

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    I haven’t been a very good blogger the last month or so, eh?   I can tell you, it’s not because I’m laying on a couch made of Italian leather being feed peeled grapes and getting the royal treatment.  But, just in case that visual crossed [...]

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  • Wood Oven Diary….Carving The Outer Arch III ( conclusion )

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    Just a real brief post to follow through on the completed arch, pedestal blocks and hearth. Today, my Dad and I are working on the framing for the roof. The blocks, after fabrication. I placed them under the arch to check for fit before I [...]

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  • La Mia Famiglia….My Masonry Heritage

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    I am taking a break from the Wood Oven Diary for a while, and follow through on posting something different.  Over the years, many people have asked me if I am Italian when I tell them I am a stonemason.  “Partly”, is how I usually [...]

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  • Wood Oven Diary….Carving The Outer Arch II

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    I had an unexpected turn of events, and not wanting to waste an opportunity, I was able to complete the granite arch today. Like the rest of this build, the arch is design as you go, and I was never sure exactly how I was [...]

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  • Wood Oven Diary….Carving The Outer Arch

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    I wanted to finish this piece before I posted about it, but I may not be able to work at it much the next few weeks. What I have here is going to be the outer arch. It is granite that came home with me [...]

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  • Coming soon…..something or other

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    Hey Everybody, It’s been a while since I posted anything, we have been super busy. In fact, I have been going 7 days a week for the last 6 weeks, and I haven’t even been able to do anything on the oven, except finish the [...]

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  • Wood Oven Diary….Building the Dome!

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    So I need to catch up with the posting, we have lots going on, and with every spare moment going toward building, I find myself lagging behind with posts…a change of circumstances with this oven! Where was I…oh, right…the dome.  After laying out the oven [...]

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  • Readers Choice II…..Tools I Use For Mortar Work.

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    O.K.  First an apology to Sean, he asked for this a while back.  I am confident he knows about every tool I am about to show, I think he just wants to see what I use on the job!  Well Sean, here you go….a selection [...]

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  • Wood Fired Oven Update…Insulation Slab

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    Things have been busy around here! I hope you are enjoying the new website..bear with me as I learn how to use the new features and don’t forget the discussion forum is coming soon! I know I promised a readers choice next, and I swear…next [...]

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  • Welcome to the New and Improved Stone Soup Blog!

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    Welcome! After weeks of development, writing code and editing, we have finally launched our new site!  We’ve combined the Stone Soup blog with our Old World Stone and Garden website to make it easier to find us.  Things are still being tweaked and polished, so [...]

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