Georgian Style Mouldings


Late 17th and Early 18th Centuries

Georgian mouldings were the English equivalent of the American Federal-style mouldings, and stressed proportion, geometry and symmetry. Known for their grandiosity, Georgian mouldings stand out around doors and windows. They utilize the ovolo, ogee, fillet and bead and quirk. Georgian-style mouldings are typically painted.

See the individual mouldings and specifications for further information.  See the Georgian style mouldings: casing, base, chair rail, or crown.

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