a raised molding, especially one having flat edges and a raised center, for framing a panel, doorway, fireplace, etc.
Historical Examples

Woodwork Joints William Fairham
Woodwork Joints William Fairham

(architect) a stepped moulding covering and projecting beyond the joint between two members having surfaces at different levels Also called bilection


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