Real Estate by Debbie Reynolds

Throwback Thursday- Twisted Bricks

Throwback Thursdays - Twisted Bricks

I saw this a few years ago while staying in Canton, Ohio. We stopped at an local restaurant and a commercial building was being built across the parking lot. The twisted brick caught my eye and after dinner I had to go get a close up look.

I was so impressed with the craftmanship shown by the masons and knew it had to be men with lots of experience to create this engineering masterpiece. Architectural details can make a building stand out from the rest.

I wrote a post about these Twisted Bricks and over a year later someone saw it and answered the questions about the masons and the building. The comment is below.

Lynn Higgins...

Clancy and Clint Higgins were the masons on these arches and columns.  They both have been masons for over 25 years.  The building is a reception hall.  If you get a chance to get to Canton, Ohio the columns between the arches are complete now.  Thank you for all the nice comments.

You will have to agree it is a work of art. I would like to see the finished product if anyone is in the area and can take a few photos.

Twisted brick columns

Twisted bricks 

Throwback Thursdays - Twisted Bricks

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Comment balloon 15 commentsDebbie Reynolds • June 02 2016 07:57PM
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