Projecting Lintels - What Period/Style?
Is there a technical name to the projecting lintels in the photos below? I don't have an up-close photograph, but they have corbels on either side and dentil molding.
During what period or style was this kind of work done? This is a New England duplex home, built in a mill town. Two-over-two windows (30" x 60"), field stone foundation, dirt basement floor, horsehair plaster walls, concealed knob-and-tube wiring (may have been retrofitted as outlets are mostly in baseboard), plain black/brown porcelain doorknobs, 4-panel interior wood doors, and the original 4" casing with corner blocks shown below (only installed downstairs. Upstairs rooms have plan, flat 2-by wood casing). Bathrooms may possibly have been added after the home was built. Front and rear entry doors (tall, 83" high front entry doors) are under canopy porches with corbels and dentil moldings. Entry doors look similar to the photo attached below with the exception of the panels outlined in black.
Can anyone give an idea as to the decade, perhaps, when this home was built? I'm guessing somewhere around 1900-1915.