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Our stone surrounds are authentic English Tudor reproductions. If you do not find the surround you require then call or email and we will discuss creating a new custom surround. Although the links below represent existing stone designs, any of these can be fabricated in several different limestone types. We guarantee our surrounds to match our doors if both are purchased together.

All of the stone elements listed here can be customized to fit a variety of openings, heights, widths, lengths, colors (4 std), and sizes.


Example Door Surrounds:

See examples of Tudor Stone Door Surrounds



Sherwood Heavily coped rectilinear surround. The spandrels are detailed with a quatrefoil/trefoil combination carving. This surround features a 2-center archway. Constraints: Min arch span of 46", Max arch span of 59.5" (or up to 70" with optional insert). Coping depth is 10.625", Coping width is 10.5". Height and span are customizable. Options include: label moulding, side blocking, middle span insert for wide openings.
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Dorset Heavily coped perimter surround. This surround features a 2-center archway. Constraints: Coping depth is 8", Coping width is 10.5". Height and span are customizable. Also available in a radius arch.
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Chalfield Heavily coped rectilinear surround. Coupled with Coat of Arms panel integrated into label moulding. Constraints: Coping depth is 12", Coping width is 12.68". Height and span are customizable.
Braun Heavily coped perimter surround. This surround features a 2-center archway. Constraints: Coping depth is 9", Coping width is 7.25". Height and span are customizable.
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Braun - 4 Center Heavily coped perimter surround with complex radi in the arch. This surround features a 4-center archway. This is a four-center archway - the most authentic arch for Tudor. Constraints: Coping depth is 9", Coping width is 7.25". Height and span are customizable.
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Braun II Heavily coped perimter surround - composite (2 copings). This surround features a 2-center archway. Constraints: Coping depth is 12", Coping width is 12.68". Height and span are customizable.
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King Heavily coped rectilinear surround. This surround features a 2-center archway. Constraints: Coping depth is 9", Coping width is 7". Height and span are customizable.
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Oxford Chamfered surround. This surround features a 4-center archway. Constraints: Coping depth is 7.375" (if single-sided; double-sided is 10.68"), Coping width is 9". Height and span are customizable.
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About Tudor Stone Doorways :
Architectural stone elements denote Tudor architecture (and English architecture). Some of the most important of these stone elements are the entrance door surrounds on the exterior. Label moulds, which typically top door surrounds, are also requisite for an authentic Tudor effect. A house design can have a mixture of elements, but correct stone door surrounds will take the design decidedly English. These door surrounds may be rectilinear (as this was the perpedicular period of English architecture) -or- may be a coping that follows the perimeter of the door. Either way, these surrounds tend to be heavy and many times contain carvings in the spandrels. At times the owner's coat of arms would also be integrated into the structure above the doorway. Interior doors and passageways in Tudor structures can also be enhanced with stone door surrounds.
Date of last Modification: April 6, 2016
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