Decorative element
ED23

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ED23 keystone carved with a head motif. Depth at the thickest point 200 mm.

Description

Keystone (keystone) – an element appearing in a central position in architectural decoration. These may be arcs, triangles or more complex geometric forms. They are usually placed in the central points of arches, windows, doors, or other architectural openings. Their role is often to strengthen the structure and add a decorative character.

Keystones are usually placed at the central points of arches, windows, doors, or other architectural openings. Their role is often to strengthen the structure and add a decorative character. In some cases, keystones can also serve a structural function, reinforcing arches and other architectural elements. However, in most cases their role is mainly decorative. Keystones are an element commonly used in various architectural styles, such as Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Neo-Gothic. Each style can introduce unique features and details to the shape of the keystones.

Keystones are an element commonly used in various architectural styles, such as Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Neo-Gothic. Each style can introduce unique features and details to the shape of the keystones.

Additional information

width (mm)

290

height (mm)

310

depth (mm)

200

style

classic, classic (Greece), classic (Rome)

motif/ornament

element with a pattern

sales unit

piece

material

plaster reinforced with fiberglass

weight (kg)

6

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