mason's mitre


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mason’s miter, mason’s mitre

A masonry joint having the appearance of a miter joint but actually shaped from a single solid stone.
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The answer is a mitred joint in its simplest form - commonly called a Mason's Mitre. This type of joint still requires precision though and the job should not be rushed.
The answer to your prayers is a mitred joint in its simplest form -commonly called a Mason's Mitre. This type of joint still requires precision though and the job should not be rushed.