Swimming Pool Coping Stones

Stoneworld offer a wide variety of natural stone and porcelain swimming pool coping stones for you to choose from!

Natural Stone Swimming Pool Copings

At Stoneworld, we have a vast range of natural stone swimming pool coping stones for sale and we are confident that we have a product to suit every project. Whether you are looking for sandstone, limestone or Great British stone, we can support you in choosing the best stone for your project requirements. Choose natural stone if you are looking for a premium product to elevate your swimming pool.

Natural stone pool copings and paving from Stoneworld Oxfordshire


We have natural stone pool copings available in lots of different colours, from grey to beige to brown to cream and lots more!

Porcelain swimming pool copings

If you are looking for an alternative to natural stone pool copings, why not opt for porcelain? Porcelain mimics the finish of natural stone to a very realistic standard, whilst being easy to maintain and clean.

Porcelain pool copings and paving from Stoneworld Oxfordshire

Bespoke solutions

Stoneworld can provide everything you need in stone. We are based in Great Milton, Oxfordshire, where we have an on-site masonry workshop equipped with the latest technology in stone cutting and carving. This means we can fabricate anything you need from stone, including bespoke swimming pool copings stones or porcelain pool copings, or anything else you require for your project.

Our masonry workshop allows us to create different edge profiles for our pool copings, including bullnosed edges, pencil-roll and we can also create bespoke edges if you require these.

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