Brick Rowlock Watertables
Rowlock Watertables were originally created to reduce water penetration, but are now being used more and more as decorative elements that produce rich shadows and added dimension to brick walls. Set in a rowlock position, their special shapes protrude slightly from the wall surface, creating shelves or bands when placed right-side up, and cornices and entablatures when positioned upside-down. Watertables can also be used to form elegant jambs around door and window openings.
Roll mouse pointer over shapes then click on desired size.