"Argent, three billets azure, two over one. BILLETS. This charge is, by some authors, supposed to represent tiles or bricks; by others that it represents a letter or billet. The name and form of the charge most accords with the latter opinion." -Hall, 1862

Billets

"Argent, three billets azure, two over one. BILLETS. This charge is, by some authors, supposed to represent…

A brick-making machine.

Brick-maker

A brick-making machine.

Brickwork in a building

Brickwork

Brickwork in a building

Forms of joints

Brickwork

Forms of joints

Diagram of bonding

Brickwork

Diagram of bonding

English bond

Brickwork

English bond

Flemish bond

Brickwork

Flemish bond

Single flemish bond

Brickwork

Single flemish bond

A diagram of brickwork

Brickwork

A diagram of brickwork

A diagram of brickwork

Brickwork

A diagram of brickwork

A diagram of brickwork

Brickwork

A diagram of brickwork

A diagram of brickwork

Brickwork

A diagram of brickwork

A diagram of brickwork

Brickwork

A diagram of brickwork

A diagram of brickwork

Brickwork

A diagram of brickwork

A diagram of brickwork

Brickwork

A diagram of brickwork

A diagram of brickwork

Brickwork

A diagram of brickwork

"That kind of masonry, much used in ancient fortification-walls, etc. in which the outside surfaces on both sides are formed of ashler laid in regular courses, and the inclosed space between them is filled in with rubble-work." -Whitney, 1911

Emplectum

"That kind of masonry, much used in ancient fortification-walls, etc. in which the outside surfaces…

"In masonry, the act of leaving unfinished masonry, as prepared to receive future additions, in steps." -Whitney, 1911

Masonry, Racking

"In masonry, the act of leaving unfinished masonry, as prepared to receive future additions, in steps."…

In masonry, toothing bricks is alternating their projection at the end of a wall to be continued later.

Masonry, Toothing

In masonry, toothing bricks is alternating their projection at the end of a wall to be continued later.

"Shell-work, Hôtel Cluny, Paris. In decorative design, especially carved or modeled, a motive which imitates or is suggested by the forms of shells." -Whitney, 1911

Shell Work

"Shell-work, Hôtel Cluny, Paris. In decorative design, especially carved or modeled, a motive…

Section of a hollow wall

Wall

Section of a hollow wall