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 Timber Sash Mouldings

Staff Beads – The internal beading that hold the bottom sash in place.  The traditional profile is shown below but sometimes square timber bead has been used.

Wide staff bead. Typically 28mm x 15mm.  Standard staff bead. Typically 20mm x 15mm.  Scottish pattern staff rod. Typically 33mm x 15mm.Wide 'restoration' staff bead. Typically 28mm x 20mm. The extra thickness is to cover wear and tear on old sash frames.

Parting Beads – The beading that separate or ‘part’ the top and bottom sashes.

Scottish Timber Parting Bead 14 x 22mm Timber Parting Bead 7 or 8mm x 25mm

Glazing Bar – The fine timber moulding used to divide a sash light with multiple panes of glass.

Lambs Tongue glazing bar.  Lambs Tongue Variation glazing bar.Ovolo pattern glazing bar.

Horns / Joggles – A shape cut into the extended style of the sash frame.  Introduced during the Victorian era to add strength to the frame as they stop the mortice joint from breaking out.

Splayed sash horn. Simple rounded sash horn. Sash Horn profile. Sash Horn profile. Victorian Sash Horn. Common victorian sash horn.

 

 

 

 

Sash Windows drawing
Sash Windows drawing