Corbel sentence example

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  • On the outer side of this wall is a projecting corbel.

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  • This casting was taken directly from one of the two supporting carvings either side of the corbel that supports the misericord.

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  • At Steetley, near Worksop, is a small Norman chapel, with apse, restored from a ruinous condition; Youlgrave church, a building of much general interest, has Norman nave pillars and a fine font of the same period, and Normanton church has a peculiar Norman corbel table.

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  • Many stones reused from the Abbey were found including a carved stone corbel in the shape of human head.

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  • The fireplace at the southeast end is supported on a heavy molded stone corbel which shows in the passage beneath.

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  • There is no west window, but here is set an amusing corbel carved with a face, high above the blocked west doorway.

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  • And the ledge has a corbel depicting the head of a green man; yet there is no bowl.

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  • The motif of an angel holding an open book is the same as that of a 14th century corbel in the north aisle.

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  • Attic story to gable bay carried on timber corbel brackets above 1st floor oriel window also carried on timber brackets.

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  • Buttressed north aisle with hoodmoulds with corbel heads to its 3 windows which have quatrefoil above 3 trefoiled lights.

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  • An effigy of the Madonna and the Infant Savior fashioned from white alabaster seen on a corbel on the east wall of the church.

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  • Another Mission design feature is known as the prairie style top that has a clean lined corbel supporting a shelf-like top.

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