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Short Guide, Scottish traditional shopfronts, published, on 18 April 2017 by Historic Environment Scotland, suggests that a console bracket is: ‘Used to mark the termination of one shop and beginning of another. Have their origins as classical brackets or corbels using an ogee curve which terminates in a volute at top and bottom. They are located usually at the end of the fascia situated below the architrave or cornice. May be highly decorative using classical inspiration but many are of a stylised design. Bookend consoles developed at the end of the 19th century are deep, highly decorative and much larger than normal console brackets.’
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