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
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bracketed cornice

A deep cornice supported by a series of decorative brackets, often in pairs.
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