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"The Baroque Period, mainly spanning the late 16th and 17th century, was influenced primarily by the Counter Reformation of the Catholic Church. Though the Baroque style affected all arts, unique characteristics of architecture started emerging such as and emphasis on detailed sculpting, unique characters, and un-repeating patterns. Baroque architecture was quickly embraced by Southern Italy with works like Sant'Ivo alla Sapienza in Rome and Basilica dei Santa Croce. During this period corbels were finely carved with precise detail and matchless character as they held up beams, arches, or served as a purely decorative accent. Though simply named, The Horse Corbel by Osborne Wood Products, Inc. embraces the detail that distinguished the Baroque era. This hand crafted piece grasps the attention of any passerby.
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Corbels create instant beauty and sophistication in any space. In practical uses, they provide support for countertops, shelves, and more, while elegantly transforming the look of your home. Our wood corbels showcase the grain and color of wood, resembling beautiful pieces of art. Furthermore, the selection between intricately carved or simply designed corbels can dramatically alter the atmosphere of a room. Osborne Wood Products produces our world-class corbels in many different styles, materials, and sizes to meet your design needs.
When placing corbels beneath a countertop, focus on the depth of the corbel. Corbels supporting a countertop should measure at least ½ of the overhang’s depth. However, these corbels gain visual appeal with larger dimensions. Corbels that measure ⅔ or ¾ of the overhang’s depth provide both better looks and extra support. For example, a countertop with a 12 inch overhang requires supporting corbels that are at least 6 inches deep, but feel free to use 8 inch or 9 inch corbels to enhance the countertop’s appearance.
Corbels used to brace shelves must measure at least ⅔ of the shelf’s depth in order to properly support the shelf. However, it is recommended to support a shelf with corbels measuring ¾ of the shelf’s depth, as this creates better support and visual appeal. For example, a shelf that is 12 inches deep requires supporting corbels that are at least 8 inches deep, but 9 inch corbels provide better looks and support. Check out our blog for more information on how to install corbels.
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