Stone masonry construction in which the faces of the blocks are rough and the individual blocks are separated by deep joints. Depending on the texture of the rock surface, rusticated blocks may be sorted as smooth, cyclopean (rock-faced), diamond-pointed, or vermiculated.
Term describing cut stone walling with strongly emphasized recessed joints and smooth or roughly textured block faces. The border of each block may be rebated, chamfered, or beveled on all four sides, at top and bottom only, or on two adjacent sides. The face of the block may be flat, pitched, or diamond point, and if smooth may be hand or machine tooled. Back to WSCMC Home Masonry Institue of Washington
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