tabled joint

tabled joint

[′ta·bəld ‚jȯint]
(civil engineering)
In cut stonework, a bed joint formed by a broad, shallow channel in the surface of one stone that fits a corresponding projection of the stone above or below.

tabled joint

In cut stonework, a bed joint formed by a broad, shallow channel in the surface of one stone which fits a corresponding projection of the stone above or below.