Staffordshire Blue Wall Copings

Many Staffordshire blue wall copings were produced by potteries in Staffordshire during the 19th century. They are made from a special clay and fired at extremely high temperatures with a long curing time. These copings have never been bettered but are now considered too costly to manufacture. They are almost indestructible with a distinctively glossy, dark blue finish, a result of the process. These can often be seen on walls and bridges all around the UK even today.

Types of Staffordshire Blue wall copings in profileOur large range of reclaimed Staffordshire blue copings includes the popular saddleback shape in square edge, bullnose edge and domed styles. We also stock  parapet copings, sometimes called railway or canal bridge copings. These have a flat surface with either square or bullnose edges.

From time to time we also have less common single weathered and teardrop styles available.

Even if you don’t see the type you need below, please do send an enquiry as not all our stock is listed online, and we may well have something to suit in the yard.

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