The plinths are 14 inches in thickness, and that of the central pier is 21 inches.
They close the above-mentioned openings, and are called the plinths.
That the plinths and cornices used for binding the armor are to be light and delicate.
The uppermost of these plinths is of the kind I have called 'round relief'; you might strike it out on a coin.
Copies in marble from the antique and the renaissance adorn the niches and plinths of the mansion and the avenues of the Park.
The plinths of the numerous columns are rusticated in the Herodian style, but their shafts are Roman.
Unlike the piers of the Lady Chapel, the bases here are of marble, though the plinths are of stone.
Each light in its widest part is 18 inches, 13 inches between the plinths on the sill.
The plinths of the agate vases show the white undecorated body.
From the walls spring heavy brackets to receive the plinths of the arches which support the cross-vaulting.