Coping Stone sat on top of a Baluster Stone


Coping Stone, Baluster Stone and Plinth


Baluster Stone

A baluster is a moulded shaft cut from a rectangular piece of stone and then can be turned on a lathe.  They are then stood on a unified footing or plinth and support a parapet rail.  Alternatively a stone parapet or handrail can form a staircase.

A balustrade consists of a top rail (also known as a coping stone), balusters and a bottom rail (also known as a unified footing or plinth).

A balustrade and all associated items can be made using various stone types.

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