(1) This unusual fourteenth-century Green Man is to be found on a corbel high on the north wall inside Pinchbeck church.(2) The company can also supply corbels , brackets, pilasters, columns and fireplaces.(3) The fourteenth-century church at Harlaxton contains an interesting font, and several corbels depicting Green Men.(4) He said the beams that hold the lantern itself rest on corbels which have also been substantially eroded over time.(5) The artisans, profoundly influenced by the woodwork, create pillars with corbelling , showing tenon joints and exhibiting the style of wood carvers in their detailing.(6) The hall remains open to its 18m high, sweet chestnut roof, which is of kingpost construction with wooden corbels carved as human figures, said to represent people who worked on the manor.(7) On a lighter note I am looking forward to another bank holiday - we will be touring the salvage yards of the northeast this weekend looking for antique corbels , floorboards, doors, fireplaces, architraves, door handles etc.(8) There are two such blocks, one on top of the other, forming the vertical sides of the alcove, the next four blocks being offset about 13 cm toward the center to form the corbeled ceiling.(9) Your mantle should be firmly attached to the wall prior to adding the corbels .(10) Then we added cornices, corbels , ceiling roses and two custom built crystal chandeliers.(11) Characteristically, they feature pyramidal, domed or conical roofs built up of corbeled limestone slabs.(12) These features are also shared with marginal sculptures of predominantly secular subject matter, such as several quatrefoils from the west portals of Amiens Cathedral and figural corbels from Noyon.(13) The basic construction technique involves filling sandbags with earth and laying them in circular courses that are corbelled near the top to form a dome.(14) There are the same number of pieces at each level, and he achieved the appearance of deformation by corbelling , overlapping, and rotating the material as the wall got higher.(15) They are found on the exterior of gothic buildings often in combination with other grotesque and marginal sculpture on corbels and parapets, which are sometimes also mistakenly called gargoyles.(16) Where it meets the tower, the bridge deck is supported on corbels cast into the legs.