bracketed cornice

bracketed cornice

A deep cornice having large, widely spaced ornamental brackets supporting an overhanging eave; it is common in the Italianate style.
See also: Cornice

bracketed cornice

A deep cornice supported by a series of decorative brackets, often in pairs.
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The roofline is defined by a pressed-metal, bracketed cornice.
The Beaux-Art style is identified by classical architectural elements seen on the building, such as: the dentils within the bracketed cornice, voussoirs, exaggerated key stones and stone string courses.
Limestone embellishments, windowsills, door surrounds and bracketed cornice work, all part of the original design, will be maintained.