Written by John Shaw-Rimmington
In dry stone masonry, stones are carefully selected and arranged in successive courses, and these stones are held together through contact rather than mortar. A pleasure to gaze upon, a dry-stacked stone wall can also be stronger, more stable and more resistant to weather than are many mortared walls. How to Build Dry-Stacked Stone Walls is a comprehensive reference for those who want to build a stone wall – or any stone structure – using this time honored traditional method.
Published by Firefly Books, 2016