What a shamrock

Shambra is an ornamental architectural element that frames the windows and doors on the outer façade and highlights them. The shambrane is a plastic, profiled, framed, but also flat or painted. If the window is not equipped with a window cornice, the shambrane will only be running along the remaining three sides of the opening. If the window ledge is used, the shampoo is moved up four sides.  The window with profile sham looks much better, its function is primarily decorative.  Chambers are most often found in architectural features at castles, burghers' houses, or churches.