ashlar

Dressed stonework formed from masonry of regular squared stones laid in horizontal courses with vertical joints.

Ashlar

Ashlar is finely dressed (cut, worked) masonry, either an individual stone that has been worked until squared or the masonry built of such stone. It is the finest stone masonry unit, generally cuboid or less frequently trapezoidal. Precisely cut `on all faces adjacent to those of other stones”, ashlar is capable of very thin joints between blo.....
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Ashlar

Thin slabs of freestone used as facing
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Ashlar

• (n.) Alt. of Ashler
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ashlar

noun a rectangular block of hewn stone used for building purposes
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Ashlar

A class of masonry consisting of blocks of accurately dresed, cut, squared, and finished stone, faced and with clean sharp arrises, forming perfect courses, laid in mortar. Sometimes the term coursed ashlar is used for stones having the same height within each course, but with each course varying in height. The term random ashlar is also sometimes ...
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Ashlar

Accurately shaped, rectangular-cut stone unit also referred to as cut stone.
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Ashlar

Ashlar (also known as achelor or ashler) is hewn or squared stone, as distinguished from that which is rough, as when it came from the quarry. The term also extends to masonry made of squared or hewn stone and masonry consisting of stones squared and smoothed in front and built in regular courses.
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ashlar

building stone neatly trimmed to shape. Stone with cut flat surface
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Ashlar

building stone precisely cut and finished to a smooth finish
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Ashlar

building stone precisely cut and finished to a smooth finish
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Ashlar

Carefully dressed masonry.
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Ashlar

Large square block of stone usually used as quoins on the outer corners of buildings decorated with rustication.
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Ashlar

Masonry consisting of large blocks, with rectangular outer faces, laid in regular courses, and brought to a regular face, with fine mortar joints. Smooth ashlar is termed 'polished'. Other surface treatments are described as 'stugged' and 'droved'. Related Words: Masonry; Mortar
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Ashlar

Masonry consisting of regularly shaped blocks of stone square-dressed to given dimensions and laid in courses with thin joints.
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Ashlar

Masonry having a face of square or rectangular stones either smooth or textured.
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Ashlar

masonry of large blocks cut with even faces and square edges.
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Ashlar

Rectangular dressed blocks of stone laid in regular courses, usually with fine vertical joints. B
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ashlar

slab, commonly rectangular in shape, of dressed stone for facing either exterior or interior
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Ashlar

Square cut stone used as a facing on a rubble or brick wall (an expensive building finish)
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ashlar

square-cut stone blocks, often used as a smooth facing over brick or rubble
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ashlar

squared block of building stone; masonry of such stones; a thin dressed rectangle of stone for facing wall. Also Ashler. (Also ashler).
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Ashlar

Squared blocks of smooth stone neatly trimmed to shape.
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Ashlar

Squared blocks of smooth stone neatly trimmed to shape.
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Ashlar

Squared building stone laid in parallel courses
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