ovolo

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Ovolo

Ovolo (or ovulo) in architecture, is a convex molding known also as the echinus, which in Classical architecture was invariably carved with the egg-and-dart ornament. The molding is called a quarter-round by woodworkers. This is not to be confounded with the `echinus` of the Doric capital, as this was of a more varied form and of much larger dim.....
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ovolo

[n] - a convex molding having a cross section in the form of a quarter of a circle or of an ellipse
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Ovolo

• (n.) A round, convex molding. See Illust. of Column.
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ovolo

thumb 1 quarter round noun a convex molding having a cross section in the form of a quarter of a circle or of an ellipse
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Ovolo

O'vo┬Ělo noun [ Italian ovolo , uovolo , from Latin ovum an egg. Confer Ovule .] (Architecture) A round, convex molding. See Illust. of Column . » In Roman work it is usually a quarter circle in section; in Greek work it is flatter, and is equiv...
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Ovolo

A convex moulding in the form or a quarter circle or Elipse.
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Ovolo

a convex moulding profile forming a quarter of a circle, sometimes called a quarter round.
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ovolo

A round, convex molding. ... In Roman work it is usually a quarter circle in section; in Greek work it is flatter, and is equivalent to the echinus; that is, it has in section the elastic curve of the shell of the sea urchin. In mediaeval architecture it is not distinguishable from the multitude of convex moldings, of all sections, which are used.
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Ovolo

A style of moulding used on the inside edge of the frames and casements.
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Ovolo

An oval convex moulding placed vertically. Popular in 16thC stamped
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Ovolo

Convex molding also called quarter round
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Ovolo

Convex molding referred to a quarter-round molding.
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Ovolo

In architecture an ovolo is a round, convex moulding. In Roman work it is usually a quarter circle in section; in Greek work it is flatter, and is equivalent to the echinus; that is, it has in section the elastic curve of the shell of the sea urchin. In mediaeval architecture it is not distinguishable from the multitude of convex mouldings, of all ...
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ovolo

ovolo (ō'vulō") : see molding.
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Ovolo

See quadrant.
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