stone corbel

консольный камень; камень, выпущенный для поддержки карниза; каменная консоль

Англо-русский строительный словарь. 2013.

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  • Corbel — For other uses, see Corbel (disambiguation). Elaborately decorated classical style stone corbels support balconies on a building in Indianapolis …   Wikipedia

  • Corbel arch — Basic principle of corbeled arch design. Comparison of a corbel arch (right) and a generic true stone arch (left). A corbel arch (or corbeled / cor …   Wikipedia

  • corbel — [kôr′bəl, kôr′bel΄] n. [OFr, dim. of corb < L corvus, RAVEN1: so called from its beaked shape] 1. a piece of stone, wood, or metal, often in the form of a bracket, projecting from the side of a wall and serving to support a cornice, the spring …   English World dictionary

  • corbel — /kawr beuhl/, n., v., corbeled, corbeling or (esp. Brit.) corbelled, corbelling. Archit. n. 1. any bracket, esp. one of brick or stone, usually of slight extent. 2. a short horizontal timber supporting a girder. v.t. 3. to set (bricks, stones,… …   Universalium

  • Corbel (disambiguation) — A corbel is a piece of stone jutting out of a wall to carry any superincumbent weight. Corbel may also refer to: Corbel, Savoie, Rhône Alpes, France Corbel (typeface), a linear sans serif typeface This disambiguation page lists articles …   Wikipedia

  • corbel — cor•bel [[t]ˈkɔr bəl[/t]] n. v. beled, bel•ing (esp. brit.) belled, bel•ling. 1) archit. an architectural bracket or member, esp. of stone or brick, built into a wall and projecting from it to support a weight 2) bui a short horizontal timber… …   From formal English to slang

  • STONE —    The Neolithic era of Prehistoric architecture has traditionally been called the Stone Age because of the appearance of stone tools and other implements, as well as large scale stone constructions. The earliest masonry structures are Neolithic… …   Historical Dictionary of Architecture

  • corbel table — a horizontal masonry construction, as a cornice or part of a wall, supported on corbels or on arches supported on corbels. [1400 50; ME] * * * ▪ architecture  in architecture, a continuous row of corbels (a block of stone projecting from a wall… …   Universalium

  • corbel — /ˈkɔbəl/ (say kawbuhl) Architecture –noun 1. a supporting projection of stone, wood, etc., on the face of a wall. –verb (t) (corbelled or, US, corbeled, corbelling or, US, corbeling) 2 …   Australian English dictionary

  • corbel — n. & v. Archit. n. 1 a projection of stone, timber, etc., jutting out from a wall to support a weight. 2 a short timber laid longitudinally under a beam to help support it. v.tr. & intr. (corbelled, corbelling; US corbeled, corbeling) (foll. by… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Corbel — a carved projecting block, often supporting the springer of a vault A projecting block of stone built into a wall during construction, for supporting a weight such as a parapet. ♦ A stone or timber bracket supporting a projection from a wall.… …   Medieval glossary

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