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A covering course on a wall.
Shaping stone or other nonmetallic substance with a grinding wheel.
Process of cutting and trimming the edges of stone slabs.
Process of cutting a stone slab into two pieces.
A protective covering over the top course of a wall or parapet, either flat or sloping on the upper surface to throw off water. If it extends beyond the wall, it may be cut with a drip to protect the wall surface below.
A coping set on an inclined surface, as at a gable end.
coping of terra-cotta
A protective cap, top, or cover of wall, parapet, pilaster, or chimney; often of stone, terra-cotta, concrete, metal, or wood. May be flat, but commonly sloping, double-beveled, or curved to shed water so as to protect masonry below from penetration of water from above. Most effective if extended beyond wall face and cut with a drip. Also see featheredged coping.