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Short Guide, Maintaining Your Home, published, on 1 November 2014 by Historic Scotland, defines brattishing as: ‘the ornamental cresting of cast or wrought iron crowning a roof, but sometimes also found applied to cornices and other ornamental features.’
Short Guide, Scottish traditional shopfronts, published, on 18 April 2017 by Historic Environment Scotland, defines brattishing as: ‘Cast iron cresting of a decorative nature which is set on top of a parapet or cornice. Fashionable for late 19th-century shopfronts.’
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