reeding

The converse of fluting - a relief decoration of parallel, convex ribs, or reeds. See decorative motifs.

Reeding

Reeding is a technique wherein `reeds` are carved or milled into a surface. ==Numismatics== In numismatics, reeded edges are often referred to as `ridged` or `grooved`. Some coins, such as United States quarters and dimes, have reeded edges. One reason for having reeded edges was to prevent counterfeiting. Another benefit of certain coins ha...
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Reeding

• (n.) A small convex molding; a reed (see Illust. (i) of Molding); one of several set close together to decorate a surface; also, decoration by means of reedings; -- the reverse of fluting. • (n.) The nurling on the edge of a coin; -- commonly called milling.
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reeding

1. A small convex molding; a reed; one of several set close together to decorate a surface; also, decoration by means of reedings; the reverse of fluting. ... Several reedings are often placed together, parallel to each other, either projecting from, or inserted into, the adjining surface. The decoration so produced is then called, in general, reed...
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Reeding

Reed'ing noun [ From 4th Reed .] 1. (Architecture) A small convex molding; a reed (see Illust. (i) of Molding ); one of several set close together to decorate a surface; also, decoration by means of reedings; -- the reverse of fluting . » Severa...
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Reeding

A moulding consisting of two or more parallel half-flutes. Sometimes combined with a ribbon-like motif traversing the reeded bands to form borders such as reed-and-tie and reed-and-ribbon.
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reeding

a series of convex mouldings
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Reeding

Carved parallel convex or beaded lines used on bed posts, table and chair legs.
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Reeding

Cut or moulded relief ornamentation (also called ribbing when moulded) of a series of parallel convex reeds (as opposed to flutes, which are concave)
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Reeding

decoration consisting of series of convex mouldings - the opposite of fluting.
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Reeding

Decoration formed by a series of bead moldings set together in parallel lines.
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Reeding

In architecture, the term reeding is used to describe a small convex moulding. Several reedings are often placed together, parallel to each other, either projecting from, or inserted into, the adjoining surface. The decoration so produced is then called, in general,
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Reeding

Opposite of fluting; protruding half-round molding
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Reeding

The notching or decoration of the coin edge. Reeding was introduced in the late seventeenth century, and was originally intended to prevent coins from being cut or clipped. The edges of the Maria Theresa Thaler, restruck in its original form by the Austrian Mint, is protected by raised lettering.
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