The upper one is a spandrel piece from the traceried arcading of the stalls.
For the arches and spandrel walls the gravel was passed over a 2-in.
German clocks had this device of the cherub's head, but not in the spandrel.
"I'm afraid I don't know what a spandrel is," Christopher announced with appealing frankness.
It stands upon a label, whose folds fill up the rest of the spandrel.
The finial is a three-quarter figure, and an angel occupies the spandrel between the arch and the label.
The front of the portico was completed as far as the spandrel of the first arch, but the outer dome was left unfinished.
The derrick was used to handle material excavated from the pier foundations and also to tear down the centers and spandrel forms.
In the spandrel are constantly seen serrated leaves, rosettes, and designs peculiar to the Ladik.
Figure 157 is a part sectional plan and elevation of the bridge, showing both the main and spandrel arch construction.
late 15c., "triangular space between the outer curves of an arch," apparently a diminutive of Anglo-French spaundre (late 14c.), perhaps a shortening of espandre "to expand, extend," from Latin expandre (see expand).