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All About Bricks is the UK arm of leading Dutch brick producer Risjwaard Baksteen

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All About Bricks has been established in the UK for over 20 years and is a subsidiary of the leading Dutch brick manufacturer Risjwaard Baksteen. AAB supplies 400 brick types including stocks, handmades, wire cuts and slop moulds from its own Aalst production unit and its production partners, Daas Baksteen, Egernsund Tegl and Celina Klinker. Its range of bricks is available in both UK and European sizing as well as slips and special shapes.

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For more information and technical support visit www.allaboutbricks.co.uk.

 

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info@allaboutbricks.co.uk

01623 646251

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