Noun(1) one of a number of closely spaced supports for a railing
(1) Small baluster castes were often converted to more useful pitcher cream jugs by the addition of handles and spouts.(2) She argues that under Shah Jahan, Mughal influence was extended to architecture as well and to this influence she relates the use of the baluster column in Mughal architecture.(3) baluster legs in English oak(4) The front legs on virtually all of these chairs have small baluster turnings atop heavy tapered legs that terminate in pad feet on little disks.(5) The early examples were generally heavily knopped, the main element of the stem often of baluster outline but with other swellings above, or below, or both.(6) Characteristic is the large circular base supported on four claw-and-ball feet, the large baluster stem, and the relatively small candleholder.(7) The highlight of a number of pieces of rare 18th century English porcelain is Worcester's nod to the orient, a porcelain teapot in vertically fluted baluster form circa 1750-58.(8) Why Rhode Island furniture makers chose to compress the baluster shape to a round shape is still unclear.(9) Silesian and baluster stems do not occur very often.(10) He shows an earlier type of candlestick of baluster form spreading downwards into a deep drip tray with a squat cinched base.(11) The stand, with its baluster legs and serpentine stretcher, is also japanned and similar to other European designs of this period.(12) Three balusters per tread with double-tread attachment produce a strong stable railing; matching balcony railing kits are also available.(13) Teak handrails are supported on sheets of toughened glass as balusters .(14) Simple incised arches adorn the squared terminals of the balusters that support the top shelf.(15) The vertical posts are called rails or balusters if it is a balcony.(16) A sprayer can be used, but some deck experts prefer to use a long-handled painting pad on decking, and painting ├ö├ç├┐mitts├ö├ç├û or a brush on railings and balusters .
1. baluster ::
2. banister ::
3. balustrade ::
Different Formsbaluster, balusters
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