Another “drip” cornice moulding. This term refers to the overhanging member part way down this section. It was originally a Greek design feature with the entirely practical purpose of protecting expensive external stonework from water staining and erosion by drawing rainwater away from the building face. This is a slightly “below average” sized cornice design. Consider using this one in modern homes or on projects with lower ceilings. If you want a larger design think about numbers 102, 104 or 105. Refer also to page two of this document, it has cross sectional detail of this particular cornice moulding.
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