Definition of Quirk moulding
1. Noun. A molding having a small groove in it.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Quirk Moulding
Literary usage of Quirk moulding
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Dictionary of Architecture and Building, Biographical, Historical, and by Russell Sturgis (1901)
"quirk moulding. Any moulding characterized or accentuated by one or more quirks, as the beads worked along the edges of common sheathing. Raised Moulding. ..."
2. The Book of Prices of the House Carpenters and Joiners of the City of by Louis H. Shally (1844)
"... quirk moulding, per ft. lineal, - 13 For every inch wider on casing, add per ft. 1 For every 1-4 inch moulding is wider, add 1 Double faced architrave, ..."
3. A Dictionary of Architecture and Building, Biographical, Historical, and by Russell Sturgis (1901)
"(See also quirk moulding, under Moulding.) QUOIN. A. One stone helping to form the corner of a wall of masonry, especially when accentuated by a difference ..."
4. Quantity Surveying for the Use of Surveyors, Architects, Engineers and Builders by John Leaning (1904)
"Mouldings not exceeding 12 inches girth, stating the girth and counting the mitres. Bill. ft. 70 104 Plaster quirk Moulding 3" girth No. ..."
5. Quantity Surveying, for the Use of Surveyors, Architects, Engineers and Builders by John Leaning (1897)
"70 104 26 Bill Plaster quirk Moulding 3" girth No. 24 mitres „ 4 ditto on splay „ 2 stopped ends Make good plastering to edges of slate shelves £ sd ..."
6. Railway Practice: A Collection of Working Plans and Practical Details of by Samuel Charles Brees (1859)
"Those that are shown upon drawings with Gothic heads, will liave inch deal wrought and tongued linings or splays with backing, f quirk moulding round same ..."