crocket n : an architectural ornament of curved foliage used at the edge of a spire or gable
A crocket is a hook-shaped decorative element common in Gothic architecture. It is in the form of a stylised carving of curled leaves, buds or flowers which is used at regular intervals to decorate the sloping edges of spires, finials, pinnacles, and wimpergs.
When used to decorate the capital of columns, these are called crocket capitals. This element is also used as an ornament on furniture and metalwork in the Gothic style. The name derives from the diminutive of the French croc, meaning "hook", due to the resemblance of crockets to a bishop's crosier.
crocket in German: Krabbe (Kunstgeschichte)
crocket in Galician: Cogullo
crocket in Dutch: Hogel
crocket in Polish: Żabka (architektura)
crocket in Portuguese: Cogulho