banker mason


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master mason

An exceptionally well-qualified mason in the Middle Ages; a position more or less equivalent to that of an architect today.
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Banker masons are mainly based in workshops which can be noisy and dusty, requiring the wearing of protective masks.
Banker masons are usually based in a workshop where they cut and shape stonework with a range of hand and power tools, working from templates and moulds, to give it a textured or polished finish (dressing) in accordance with design plans.
Banker masons are usually based in a workshop, where they cut and shape stonework with a range of hand and power tools, working from templates and moulds.