What are some examples of the different ways to attach the acroteria?

Here are some examples (all showing top-of-gutter attachment – click on each one to view images):

Example 1
A main roof acroterion on an external corner.
Example 2
2. A main roof acroterion on an internal corner.
Example 3
3. Centres on a main roof (larger) and veranda gutter (smaller).
Example 4
4. A veranda gutter acroterion on an external corner.
Example 5
5. Veranda gutter acroteria on the external corners of a window awning with a centre in between.
Example 6
6. A main roof acroterion on a gable end (for which an external corner acroterion must be purchased and cut to match the gable pitch on site; in the photograph the acroterion is attached to the gutter by means of a quartered galvanised iron downpipe).
Example 6a
A more detailed view.
Example 6b
A more detailed view.

 

Example 7
7. A main roof acroterion on a gutter where the gutter pitch changes, where it is desirable to define or accentuate the pitch change (for which an external corner acroterion must be purchased and cut to match the roof pitch on site).
Example 8
8. A main roof acroterion on a gutter end terminating within the body of a roof, where it is desirable to define or accentuate the point of termination (for which an external corner acroterion must be purchased and cut to match the roof pitch on site).