An ornamental bracket used in series under a cornice, particularly a cornice of Corinthian, Composite, or Ionic orders.
A decoratively created encouraging block atop a column.
The enriched block or horizontal bracket generally speaking discovered beneath the cornice associated with the Corinthian and Composite entablature, and often, less ornamented, in the Ionic and other requests; -- so-called due to the arrangement at regulated distances.
In structure, a block created into the as a type of an enriched bracket, utilized generally beneath the corona in the cornice associated with the Corinthian and Composite, and periodically of this Roman Ionic, requests, plus Renaissance and contemporary designs based upon these, and in appropriate types in numerous medieval designs; a corbel; a bracket. Compare mutule. In addition spelled modillon.
(architecture) among a collection of ornamental brackets under a cornice