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history of English brickwork

Nathaniel Lloyd

history of English brickwork

with examples and notes of the architectural use and manipulation of brick from medieval times to the end of the Georgian period.

by Nathaniel Lloyd

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Published by Montgomery in London .
Written in English


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lloyd, Nathaniel A History of English Brickwork With Examples And Notes Of The Architectural Use And Manipulation Of Brick From Mediaeval Times To The End Of The Georgian Period, With An Introduction By Sir Edward L. Lutyens. H. Greville Montgomery,   Read The Limerick: The Famous Paris Edition: Examples with Notes Variants and Index Ebook.

Full text of "A history of English brickwork: with examples and notes of the architectural use and manipulation of brick from mediaeval times to the end of the Georgian period / by Nathaniel Lloyd ; with an introduction by Sir Edwin L. other formats. Brick tinting may be performed to change the colour of bricks to blend-in areas of brickwork with the surrounding masonry. An impervious and ornamental surface may be laid on brick either by salt glazing, in which salt is added during the burning process, or by the use of a slip, which is a glaze material into which the bricks are dipped.


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