Atlas (or Dove) clay pavers are tumbled to reveal a weathered and antiqued appearance. When laid on edge (using 65mm thickness) on a suitably designed bedding and sub base, these pavers will withstand heavy vehicular traffic
Looking for something a bit different? Why not try Herringbone Pattern. The late AJ McCormack and Son have a good guide which can be found here:
Clay minerals are formed over long periods of time by the gradual chemical weathering of rocks. When dry, clay becomes firm and when fired in a kiln, permanent physical and chemical changes occur which cause the clay to be converted into a ceramic material suitable for use as bricks and paviors.
Clay paving comes in a rich array of earthy colours including terracotta, charcoal and buff yellow and offers an alternative to sandstone and granite pathway setts.
***new pack size is 1040 bricks - 10.4 meters on the edge or 13.68 meters on the bed
(2 packs now 20.8 meters on edge or 27.36 meters on the bed)
2 packs used to be 1920 bricks, 25.26 meters on bed or 19 meters on the edge.