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Squared Rubble Stonework
Stonework where the blocks have been roughly squared to cut down the amount of mortar used.

squared rubble stonework
Rubble that has been roughly squared.

This heritage building uses roughly squared blocks that still uses a fair amount of cement but at the same time the masons use a technique called Tuck Pointing or ruled pointing to give a squared off look to the masonry.

squared rubble stonework
More squared rubble, this time using flush pointing to the joints.

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