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Sample Door and Window Casing Profiles
These are only samples. We can match any profile.

Door and window casings were the most figured and the fanciest of single piece trims; hence the term window dressings. Though they are used to cap off the jam edge grain, and cover the space where wall and jam meet, their function is primarily decorative and the patterns are as diverse as the moulder men who created them. These pages show samples of some of the varied designs. The modified crown casing CS16 was developed for arched doorways. We can reproduce this pattern or any other square edge pattern in an arch of your dimension


Large Bead Casing
Large Bead Casing
Contemporary Casing
Contemporary Casing

6 inch butterfly casing with step
6" Butterfly Casing with Step

5 inch butterfly casing with round edges
5" Butterfly Casing with Round Edge
3 inch step casing
3" Step Casing
1930 step casing
1930 Step Casing
Contemporary casing
Contemporary Casing
6 inch flat casing with step bullnose
6" Flat Casing with Step Bullnose:
This Casing Can Have Two Half Round Applied Pieces
6 inch beaded casing
6" Beaded Casing
6 inch sweep casing
6" Sweep Casing
4 inch double v casing
4" Double V Casing
4 inch modified ogee casing
4" Modified Ogee Casing
5 inch beaded butterfly casing
5" Beaded Butterfly Casing
5 inch bullnose casing
5" Bullnose Casing
4 inch casing for rosettes
4" Casing: Developed to Pick up the Lines
of the Rosettes it Dies Into
modified crown casing
Modified Crown Casing for Archways
butterfly casing
Butterfly Casing
beaded casing
3 Beaded Casing

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