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== Description ==
 
== Description ==
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[[File:Chipping-02_ICOMOS.jpg|thumb|Chipping<br>Photo credit: V. Vergès-Belmin ]]
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A type of stone deterioration resulting in the loss of a fragment from the overall block.  Chipping may be caused by excess compression, repairs or alterations, accidents, or vandalism.
  
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== Synonyms and Related Terms ==
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flaking; spalling, pitting
  
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==Resources and Citations==
 
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* ICOMOS-ISCS: [http://www.international.icomos.org/publications/monuments_and_sites/15/pdf/Monuments_and_Sites_15_ISCS_Glossary_Stone.pdf Illustrated glossary on stone deterioration patterns]
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* Masonry Restoration: [https://masonry-restoration.com/main-causes-of-stone-deterioration-in-masonry/#:~:text=The%20deterioration%20of%20stone%20does%20happen.%20What%20Causes,the%20overall%20structure.%20This%20may%20be%20caused%20by%3B Causes of stone deterioration]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:38, 28 May 2022

Chipping
Photo credit: R. van Hees

Description

Chipping
Photo credit: V. Vergès-Belmin

A type of stone deterioration resulting in the loss of a fragment from the overall block. Chipping may be caused by excess compression, repairs or alterations, accidents, or vandalism.

Synonyms and Related Terms

flaking; spalling, pitting

Resources and Citations

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