Hand-hewn


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Hand-hewn

Wood beams that have been trimmed with hand tools, such as an adze; typical of early barn timbers.
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They're warping, but I like them that way," Stella says of her hand-hewn pine counters.
Experts in vintage restoration teach on-site workshops--such as glazed window replacement, recognizing native plants, and working with hand-hewn timbers--that not only impart knowledge but also reap the benefit of free labor.
Dante threw open some of the shutters and light poured into the two-story cathedral ceiling great room with hand-hewn oak beams and the most massive stone fireplace Juanita had ever seen.
But with its open fir and cedar log beams, hand-hewn cedar planking and generous skylights, the 6,200-square-foot building stands among the best college longhouses in the country, school and tribal officials say.
There is evidence of the original barn throughout including hand-hewn oak jointed with wooden pegs, exposed walls and beams.
In "Telling Jeffers' Story," Dana Gioia addresses Jeffers' cultural heritage through preservation of both the poet's hand-hewn stone structures--Tor House and Hawk Tower--and his poetry.
The website for Jim Gilmore and Joe Pine's Authenticity: What Consumers Really Want has a sincere, hand-hewn look, with sloppy headlines and typewriter typography--a look so "authentic" that considerable artifice must have been required to make it look the way it does.
A few chisel marks will complete the illusion of hand-hewn stone and a coat of liquid fertiliser to encourage the growth of moss will help the ageing process.
He had built this chapel out of hand-hewn logs, with an altar, pulpit, pews, even a sound system and an electric organ," said Bishop MacDonald in an interview.
And it occupies a house of hand-hewn lumber built by farmer John Oskolkof about 1918.
Hand-hewn wooden bowl used in chopping small materials.