Not to everyone’s taste, gallets are fine shards of flint that are placed within the mortar joint. They can be used either in random or coursed flint work. This style is not found everywhere and is most common in West Sussex and the North Coast of Norfolk. Gallets can aesthetically pleasing. The style of galleting can vary from densely packed and flowing, to straight and regimented. The peak use of this style was the 18th Century.