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What is "Molding" - Definition & Explanation

A decorative strip, usually wood used as a transition or accent.
To make such a strip. Moldings are known by their shape, often from classical architecture. Examples are astragal, ogee, ovolo, dentil, egg and dart, bead, fillet, cavetto, crown.

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