|1.) Cupola- A dome-shaped roof on a circular base often set on the ridge
of the roof.
|2.) Lantern- A structure built on top of a roof with open or windowed walls
and, or a widow’s walk.
|3.) Tent Roof- A turret with an octagonal base with steeply pitched
slopes rising to a peak, usually topped with a finial, in Queen Anne Victorian.
|4.) Finial- An ornament at the top of a spire, gable or pinnacle.|
|5.) Baluster- An upright, often vase-shaped support for a rail.|
|6.) Balustrade- A series of Balusters with a rail.|
|7.) Urnal- An urn-shaped ornament that appears on the corners of
|8.) Bracket – A support element under eaves, shelves, or
other overhangs, predominant in Italinate style architecture.
|9.) Extended Rafters – The rafters extend to at least the
overhang of the roof.