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Close Studding

Close studding
Norwich, Dragon Hall

CloseGlossary Term studding refers to upright timbers (studsGlossary Term) set closely together. The usual effect can be compared with the use of PerpendicularGlossary Term stone panellingGlossary Term; the aim was to create an impressive show front.

Timber framingGlossary Term was sometimes combined with stone walls as at Dragon Hall, Norwich.