rustic stone masonry

rustic stone masonry

Any rough, broken stone suitable for rustic masonry, most commonly limestone or sandstone; usually set with the longest dimension exposed horizontally.
See also: Masonry
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Generally speaking, it takes about a day to get fairly functional at rustic stone masonry (despite what a highly skilled stone mason would tell you).
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