monumental stone

monumental stone

A dimension stone of adequate size and quality for use in carving a monument or a memorial.
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"Key Stone Carvings fsbricated a monumental stone fireplace that divides the lobby from The Lobbyist bar which is done in white macaubas stone with an edge detail called 'waterfall edge grain matching,'" Mento says.
Tenders are invited for editing service of the work entitled petrographic and petrophysical characterization of the monumental stone in the province of segovia.
The Swiss artist's other famous works include Rainbow Poems, arched neon signs that spell a poem as a rainbow; Human Nature, a group of monumental stone figures in Rockefeller Center, New York, that resembled primitive robotic creatures created from the rocks of Stonehenge; and a series of mask sculptures he calls Moonrise, which have been exhibited in galleries and public spaces around the world.
The Swiss artist's is also famous works include Rainbow Poems, arched neon signs that spell a poem as a rainbow; Human Nature, a group of monumental stone figures in Rockefeller Center, New York, that resembled primitive robotic creatures created from the rocks of Stonehenge; and a series of mask sculptures he calls Moonrise which have been exhibited in galleries and public spaces around the world.
The focus of these years was on the monumental stone towers of the third millennium B.C.E., looking at the when, how, and why of their construction through large-scale excavation, GIS-aided survey, and the application of radiocarbon dates," the University of Pennsylvania's statement said.
Pump at Bolton A monumental stone in the churchyard marks the final resting place of Henry Jenkins who died in 1670 at the reputed age of 170.
The walls of the 4.5-meter-high rooms were constructed with monumental stone blocks, while the floor of subterranean room is some 7.5 meters below street level.
A rocking chair-friendly porch fronts the larger cabin which has a double-height living/dining room with monumental stone fireplace, a compact kitchen, one bedroom plus a sleeping loft, and a surprisingly roomy bathroom with twin pedestal sinks and a shower space lined in classic white subway tiles.
The model for a monumental stone statue in the garden of the Villa Arconati, Castellazzo di Bollate (an 18th-century villa just north of Milan), the asking price for this expressive rendition of the sculptor's first thoughts was 650,000 [euro].
Ranging from monumental stone sculptures located in the store rooms of provincial Indian small- towns, to Chola bronzes from Tanjore, and manuscripts about magic painted for the Mughal Emperor Akbar from the library of the Nawabs of Rampur; the exhibition will provides a variety of artwork, many of which, have never been publicly exhibited or published.
Archaeologist Veselin Ignatov, who was involved in the discoveryry of another the chariot near the southeastern village of Karanovo, said around 10,000 Thracian mounds - part of them covering monumental stone tombs - are scattered across the country.