|The dressed stones at
the corners of buildings, usually laid so their faces are alternately
large and small. Usually in contrasting colour of brick from
the rest of the wall. Common feature of Georgian buildings.
|A vertical member dividing
a window or other opening.
|A vertical post supporting
a window frame or doorway.
|The construction that
comprises the entire lintel of a door or window.
|The horizontal ledge
at the bottom of a window frame.
|A horizontal crossbar
in a window, over a door, or between a door and a window above
it. Transom is the horizontal, as mullion is the vertical, bar
across an opening.
|The strip directly
beneath an exterior door.