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Tuck Pointing in Practice

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by Jonathan Carey of Donald Insall and Associates
This Information Sheet forms an illustrated guide to the process of carrying out successful tuck pointing.  Between the late 17th and early 20th century, tuck pointing was frequently employed on brick facades or enrichments to imitate the fine joints in ‘gauged’ work or to disguise irregular or damaged bricks.  A thin ribbon of finer mortar is pressed into base mortar coloured to match the surrounding brickwork.
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