Corner blocks

Corner blocks

Wood blocks positioned at the top corners of either window or door casings; often enhanced with design elements, such as concentric oval disks.
References in classic literature ?
Though built of granite,--a stone which is hard to work,--its angles, and the casings of the doors and windows, are decorated with corner blocks cut into diamond facets.
We apply an innovative construction technique for the Air frame, including lightweight carbon fiber rods held together with billet aluminum corner blocks.
The corner blocks were glued and nailed into place.
There are 9 corner blocks of flats and 11no 2 storey blocks.
This massive construction at the corner blocks views of the Coburg hills for residents and walkers to campus from the south but not for future occupants high up in the big box with north-facing windows.
The company says hanging rails, corner blocks, toe kicks, face frames and drawer fronts are made from solid wood.
Made with kiln-dried European beech wood and a frame that features mortise and tenon joinery with groove-joined corner blocks, the Carnegie Chair's dark wood and white upholstery make it fitting for cocktail bars and white table-cloth restaurants.
Stuler's east front was terminated at either end by windowless domed corner blocks, enlivened with sculpted figures at a high level.
Use only the corner blocks if you wish to retain aspect ratio.
For 'customers who require total control over Pb-free implementation, these corner blocks can be color-coded green to ensure operators do not inadvertently cross-contaminate product.
Tests were carried out to determine the ultimate shear and bending moment capacities of glued corner blocks under controlled laboratory conditions.
The corner blocks, quality of plywood and the rails were then analyzed.