A stone lintel covered the access from the living area to the kitchen.
We were able to get everything we wanted, a concrete lintel and mortar mix for the workshop window, a new door-bell, a new yard-broom and, from the bakers, bread, rolls and some delicious custard tarts.
They were so big that their heads came up past the lintel of the entranceway door.
The handsome edifice has such Federal style adornments as stone lintels over the windows and a cornice with mutules and cable molding.
Scribes carved hieroglyphs on stone stelae, altars, wooden lintels , and roof beams, or painted them on ceramic vessels and in books made of bark paper.
Once home to the laird's livestock, the vault now houses a laundry room, albeit one with flagstone floors and low stone lintels .
The larger stones observed at the site are used as lintels over doorways or windows.
The masonry walls have diagonal cracks extending up from the ends of the steel lintels over the windows.
It bears all the hallmarks of a Post-Modernist interpretation of a historical facade, with architraves and lintels in cast aluminium.
The snow-covered window frames and door lintels added a fairyland flavour to the solemn church.