7.5-Foot Large Colonial Revival Picture Rail Moulding In Finger-Jointed Pine

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Item #: R-010OW-FJ-TED-8


Plain, yet elegant, this circa 1920 picture rail was popular in Colonial Revivals, bungalows and Craftsman style houses. It was typically installed close to the ceiling as a stand alone moulding, or combined with large crown moulding for greater effect. Made exclusively for painting, it's milled from pre-primed, finger-jointed pine. Sold only in 7.5' lengths, with a 5 piece minimum. Please call for info regarding volume discounts.

Dimensions: 2 9/16" tall x 3/4" projection. The bead is 5/8" in diameter. Please note: for picture molding to function properly, it must be positioned at least 1/4" below a ceiling or other moulding.

Hardware Tip

Finger jointed means that the board is joined together from smaller pieces. The seams are visible and so this type of molding does not stain well.
WARNING: California Proposition 65
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