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.
Parting Beads – The beading that separate or ‘part’ the top and bottom sashes.
Glazing Bar – The fine timber moulding used to divide a sash light with multiple panes of glass.
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.