Galletted wall

Galletted wall

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Credit: LESLEY G PARDOE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Galletted wall consisting of stones pressed into mortar joint. This is a very decorative building technique with the main purpose to reduce the amount of mortar used. This also reduces the amount of shrinking that occurs. The mortar is a mixture of cement, lime or clay and water and is used for pointing and bedding masonry. Photographed in Chichester, West Sussex, UK.

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