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Fig Leave Corbels

Large Fig Leaf Corbels Medium Fig Leaf Corbels
Large Fig Leaf Corbels Medium Fig Leaf Corbels
Small Fig Leaf Corbels Thin Fig Leaf Corbels
Small Fig Leaf Corbels Thin Fig Leaf Corbels
Traditional Leaf Corbels Flat Fig Leaf Corbels
Traditional Leaf Corbels Flat Fig Leaf Corbels

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Fig leaf Series

Corbels are a piece of stone or wood jutting out of the wall, made to carry an immense amount of weight. Corbels have been used for thousands of years in architecture. They are usually in the form of an attractive stone or wood the tends to mimic a raven’s beak. The floral series corbels have many creative uses such as light sconces, display accents, wall planters, or just for a simple eye catching design on entry ways or the front of buildings.

Pilaster Acanthus Leave Series are wooden corbels that are the move delicate version of the original, making them very diminutive and graceful. This design was found in ancient architecture for more than two millennia, and has been presented throughout various cultures. Pilaster corbels are long and sleek pillars or square columns that are engaged and project slightly from a wall that contains a capital base.

Norman corbels date back to the early English period where corbels were sometimes elaborately carved as so in Lincolnshire, England. The Pilaster series are petite in size although they are unobtrusive and slender they make a perfect choice for wherever a modest alternative is desired whether it is in a home or business, along with bringing up the value of the building.


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