Difference between revisions of "Flushwork"

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The decorative combination on the same flat plane of flint and ashlar stone. It is characteristic of medieval buildings, most of the survivors churches, in several areas of Southern England, but especially East Anglia. If the stone projects from a flat flint wall, the term is proudwork – as the stone stands "proud" rather than being "flush" with the wall.

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