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Description

 

Bricks may be laid in a veariety of patterns, known as bonds.  Each involves its own treatment of the stretchers (long side of a brick) and headers (end of the brick).

 

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Links to detailed pages:

 

> Cogging

> Dentilled

> English bond

> Flemish bond

> Flemish garden bond

> Header bond

> Herringbone

> Nogging

> Sawtooth

> Stretcher bond

> Tumbling

 

Bond Index (brickwork)

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Four Canterbury examples of header bond (click for locations)

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