About Pieces Of History & Peter g. hill designs

Peter G Hill Designs is owned and operated by Peter Hill of Newport, Rhode Island. A recognized and respected expert in the field of Antique Architecture for over 25 years, Mr. Hill proactively reclaims, preserves, and re-purposes American historical treasures.

Combining his experience with antiques and vintage stones and a tremendous amount of love and respect for American History, he incorporates these historical assets into the modern design as well as historical restoration projects. During the last 25 years, Mr. Hill noticed an alarming trend developing right before our very eyes. Some of our country's greatest historical assets are disappearing. Historical landmarks and old antique buildings are being demolished to make room for new developments. Some of these buildings are not only historical works of art, but they also help paint the picture that is our country's history.

In an effort to help preserve some of these precious historical elements, Mr. Hill began working with developers and other real estate professionals to purchase these historical structures and salvage what he can out of them before they are lost forever. In addition to salvaging pieces of American history, Peter Hill's is also one of the largest suppliers of both reclaimed bluestone, cobblestones and used cobblestones, used brick, stone curbing, and unique forms of other stone including brownstone, limestone, and slate in the New England area. The New England Architectural Center carries a wide variety of vintage / antique cobblestones as well as reclaimed quarry cut stones suited for your next project. The New England Architectural Center will deliver your reclaimed stones to you anywhere within the United States. If you are looking for a piece of Americana or in the market for some antique or repurposed/reclaimed stone, then look no further. If you have any questions that our website can't answer, then please feel free to contact us. 

Peter Hill


Pieces Of History & Peter G Hill Designs