keel molding

keel molding

[′kēl ‚mōl·diŋ]
(architecture)
A molding with two ogees, the central fillet of which projects like a keel.
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keel molding

A brace molding in which the ogee curves meet sharply at a point or fillet more or less resembling the shape of a ship’s keel.
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