Cut stone


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Cut stone

Any stone cut or machined to a specified size and shape to conform to drawings, for installation in a designated place; it can also be carved by the intaglio method.

cut stone

Building stone cut or machined to a specified size and shape, each piece fabricated to conform with drawings, for installation in a designated location in a finished structure.
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Caption: Uwall licensees can offer Rectangular Cut Stone, the original Uwall profile, and more recent New England Drystack (below), in Vertical, Battered, Offset Planter or Wall + Traffic Barrier versions.
Lastly, the cut stone is polished and, if required, set in a mount of precious metal such as gold, silver or platinum.
True to the initial design for the change catalyst, weather, Continental Cut Stone is thrilled to contribute to this beacon of change.
All current vehicles are included, including all the equipment needed to custom cut stone. Great for absentee owners.
In text and captioned photos he discusses stone in nature and looks at masonry, cut stone, arches, and vaults, and then gives detailed instructions on variations in technique according to the characteristics of the stone, making arches and moldings, and building walls with irregular (uncut) stones and with cut stones.
The hose fitting on the saw douses the blade with water while you're cutting to keep the blade cool and reduce dust You can also use the saw to cut stone, retaining wall block or any other concrete or stone product Cu-off saws like this Stihl model are available to rent for about $65 per day.
I advised the committee Christmas week 2006 that when the Cunard buildings were built, the cut stone was laid on Portland Beach for four years to test its integrity and ability to with stand treacherous weather.
Interlocking concrete paving block, asphalt pavers, brick, cut stone, adobe, and pavers from recycled materials create a look of craftsmanship.
Manufacturing cut stone has become increasingly important to Stone Age, and staircases are a particular speciality.
Plans to excavate and sell up to 40 tons of cut stone a week over a period of 15 years look set for approval today.
These include hand cut stone details, decorative brickwork and slate roofs.
Lost in the sensuous beauty of the cut stone and the specifics of the iconography, I round a corner to discover a land mine victim sitting, a cup in front of her youthful, legless body.