coursed ashlar

coursed ashlar, range masonry, range-work, regular coursed rubble

Ashlar masonry in which the stones are of equal height within each course; all courses need not be of the same height.
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Further Islamic details include pointed and cusped arches, stripes in the coursed ashlar and the voussoirs, patterned panels, and wooden doors with cufic inscriptions.
Detail of stair tower and door of service room - a thin plane of rusted steel set against texture of coursed ashlar basalt.
The privileged location has been a selling point for nearly 300 years, a datestone recording the year 1717 and the initials WHL The house is built of local Cotswold stone in coursed ashlar with some quality detail including decorated pilasters, entablature with dentil cornice and mullioned and transomed windows.