This unusual fourteenth-century Green Man is to be found on a corbel high on the north wall inside Pinchbeck church.
Where it meets the tower, the bridge deck is supported on corbels cast into the legs.
Domes using these materials are easily achieved with a corbelling system utilizing long tubes made of the polypropylene bag material.
Inside the chamber, enormous rocks with smaller rocks jammed into the cracks to act as mortar form a corbeled ceiling, giving you the impression that you're in a small temple.
This almost rusticated or corbelled brickwork technique, together with the raked horizontal joints, imbues the hearth with an earth-pressing monumentality, not unlike that of the Griffins architecture.
The traditional trefoil window arch expressed in timber is ubiquitous, along with corbelled timber dentils used as a supporting cornice.
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.
The company can also supply corbels , brackets, pilasters, columns and fireplaces.
Then we added cornices, corbels , ceiling roses and two custom built crystal chandeliers.
He said the beams that hold the lantern itself rest on corbels which have also been substantially eroded over time.