Stamps mimic Keystone slate

A new stamp pattern from L.M. Scofield Co. offers serious stampers a taste of old America. The Pennsylvania Slate series is modeled after a natural slate found in the Keystone State. The rock is popular there as an accent for traditional architectural styles. Pennsylvania Slate imprinting tools can be laid in a virtually unlimited number of combinations to imitate natural stone. There are 30 different sizes or shapes available in the line. “It was originally created as a custom tool set for a specialty contractor who does high-end custom homes and wanted each pattern to look random like natural stone,” says Scofield integrated marketing director Sherry Boyd. “We have only recently made this available for regular purchase.” The stamps are part of the Prestige line of tools, themselves part of the Lithotex Pavecrafters line. The Prestige line features single-stone tools with complex patterns that require sophisticated skills to use. The Pavecrafters family includes more than 300 tools in over 100 different patterns. For more information call (800) 800-9900.

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