Definition of Quirk bead
1. Noun. Beading formed with a narrow groove separating it from the surface it decorates.
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Literary usage of Quirk bead
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1. An Encyclopædia of Architecture: Historical, Theoretical, and Practical by Joseph Gwilt (1842)
"Bead md double quirk occurs when the bead appears on the face and edge of a piece of stuff in the same manner, thus forming a double quirk. BEAD, FLUSH ..."
2. Spons' Dictionary of Engineering, Civil, Mechanical, Military, and Naval by Edward Spon (1874)
"625, it is called a quirk-bead. But if with two quirks. ... 626, it is called a double quirk-bead; and if struck on the angle of a piece of work, Fig. ..."
3. Spons' Dictionary of Engineering, Civil, Mechanical, Military, and Naval by Edward Spon (1869)
"626, it is called a double quirk-bead ; and if struck on the angle of a piece of work, Fig. 627, it is called a return-bead. 624. 625. 626. 627. 628. 629. ..."
4. The Builder's Guide, and Estimator's Price Book: Being a Compilation of by Frederick Thomas Hodgson (1882)
"... when flush with the surface, it is called quirk-bead, when raised, cock-bead. Bead and Butt Work.—A piece of framing in which the panels flush, ..."
5. The English Cyclopaedia by Charles Knight (1867)
"1, is simply a rounded end; No. 2, is known as a quirked bead ; No. 3, as a double quirk bead ; No. 4, is a double bead and quirk ; No. ..."
6. Our Workshop: Being a Practical Guide to the Amateur in the Art of Carpentry (1873)
"3, double quirk bead. No. 4 is a double bead and quirk; No. 5 is a double fillet; No. 6 is a torous bead; No. 7 is an ogee; and No. 8 is a reversed Fig. 76. ..."
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