Examples of stonework in a Sentence
The stonework on this house is over 100 years old.
Recent Examples of stonework from the Web
The higher cost is down to surveyors gaining a better understanding of the state of the stonework and clock faces, and for the ground works to support the weight of scaffolding, according to the House of Commons.
Glass and stonework adorn the facade of the three-story house, which has more than 2,000 square feet of deck space overlooking the Catalina Harbor.
Throw in high ceilings, status appliances, unusual stonework, wood finishes, a pool and a wellness...
Bringing balance to the space is stonework around the oven and stove, mirroring the fireplace.
British, American, Italian, and German soldiers often found themselves fortifying or destroying the Mediterranean stonework of the Romans, Byzantines, Franks, Venetians, and Ottomans.
Pollution is causing the stonework to decay, and the plumbing, electrical, drainage and ventilation systems are antiquated, never having undergone a major refurbishment.
Outside, the scaffolding installed decades ago to keep the building’s cracked stonework from falling on passersby is so old that some of it needed its own scaffolding during repairs.
The repairs are needed to fix decaying stonework and outdated electrical and plumbing systems.
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First Known Use of stonework
before 12th century
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