It was a large, double cottage, with a broad front veranda, whose round, fluted columns
supported the sloping roof.
They make bunches of flowers, from flakes and wires of silver, that counterfeit the delicate creations the frost weaves upon a windowpane; and we were shown a miniature silver temple whose fluted columns
, whose Corinthian capitals and rich entablatures, whose spire, statues, bells, and ornate lavishness of sculpture were wrought in polished silver, and with such matchless art that every detail was a fascinating study and the finished edifice a wonder of beauty.
The fluted column
or pillar supports the neck of the harp where a row of grommets and tuning pins hold strings that can be tightened by pitch-controlling pedals.
A 9th-century fluted column
removed from Syracuse cathedral during early-20th-century restoration work reminds us of the continuity of cultural strata, for the present baroque cathedral still incorporates in its walls the even earlier Doric columns of the 6th-century BC temple of Athena.
And a wall-mounted plasma television also manages to look classical, set in its own specially-made frame, complete with fluted column
relief and dentil architraving.
In Belle Vue Park, Lowestoft, there is a tall fluted column
holding the names of all those from the Royal Naval Patrol Service who gave their lives for the safety of others.
A fluted column
that might take a cabinetmaker 15 to 20 minutes to shape now takes 20 seconds, he says.
"Ionic column: a fluted column
with a molded base and a capital composed of four volutes, usually parallel to the architrave with a pulvinus connecting a pair on each side of the column, and an entablature typically consisting of an architrave of three fascias, a richly ornamented frieze, and a cornice corbeled out on egg-and-dart and dentil moldings, with the frieze sometimes omitted."
Included in the lineup are the company's Rustic Fluted Column
and Rustic Taper Candles.
Superior Aluminum has added square fluted column
design to its product line.
Basins with fluted column
pedestals and shaped backs inspired by Victorian originals, and classic, clean-edged, stepped designs of the Deco period can be found in the high street and in superstores.
Departing more radically from its referent, one image from "Bridal Suite" transformed the wedding gown, an elegant pleated affair, into a fluted column
. Though this dress is the subject of a group of close-ups that form part of the larger series, nowhere does it feel like a stand-in for the bride who is busy placing the garment, either encased by or bereft of its protective plastic cover, in various poses.