Inverted bell

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For other uses, see Inverted bell (disambiguation).

The inverted bell is a metaphorical name for geometric shape that resembles a bell upside down.

In architecture, the term is applied, e.g., to describe the shape of the capitals of Corinthian columns.

The inverted bell is used in shape classification in pottery,[1] often featured in archaeology as well as in modern times.

The inverted bell curve is sometimes called well curve.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Modern Fishing Lure Collectibles: Identification & Value Guide" (2002), ISBN 1-57432-277-X