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Durham Papercut brick is real clay kiln fired veneer thin brick. Durham veneer thin bricks come in modular size (2 ¼ x 7 5/8 x ½). Modular size brick tile is the most common for wall veneering. Durham veneer thin bricks have a unique finish on its face which is accomplished through blasting the brick with a coating the column of clay before firing process. After the extrusion process the brick is covered by a sheet of kraft paper. Wire cutters are then used to cut right through the kraft paper and the brick clay material, creating individual bricks with an irregular edge shape.  The adhered sand adds a light texture to an otherwise smooth brick. It’s available in corners and edge caps.


Modular size shown in the picture is most common for wall veneering.

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Thin Brick
Thin Brick Corner, 90 Deg.
Edge Cap
Edge Cap Corner, Left
Edge Cap Corner, Right

Extruded bricks are typically manufactured to conform to the requirements of the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standard Specification C 216, Grade SW, Type FBS and all grades of ASTM C 62. These products also conform to the requirements of ASTM C 216, Grade MW.

Thin bricks are manufactured to provide specific dimensional tolerances. The dimensional tolerances of the product are intended to be within the requirements of ASTM C 1088, Type TBS for general use.

TBX type bricks might be available upon special request but are not displayed in our online store.

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Note: Product colors are illustrated as accurately as photographic & digital reproduction techniques allow. Final color selection should be made from actual product samples.


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