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Lg. Rope Half Round Moulding

96″ x 2 58″ x  78 Part #7207.96 Lg. Rope Half Round Moulding
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Traditional Selection

•  Red Oak $143.79  ea
•  Knotty Pine $122.02  ea
•  Cherry $184.29  ea

Premium Selection

•  Alder $207.70  ea
•  Hard Maple $154.42  ea
•  Mahogany $165.87  ea
•  Black Walnut $228.62  ea

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Our 96" length of large rope half dowel molding is an excellent choice for giving style to otherwise flat and dull fronts. This molding is scaled for wider fronts such as the leading edges of forward facing cabinet sidewalls on larger pieces of cabinetwork. When the appearance of a full column is just what a design needs, but the space is lacking, Large Half Round Onlays (molding) are the perfect solution! Even half posts can often be too thick in areas where space is limited, and what is needed is more of a low relief facade than the high relief of a half post. With a depth of a mere 7/8 inch, half dowel moldings can be used along with plinth blocks and spools to create the look of a column. More than just the standard column calling for a base and a capital, the look of a segmented column can be achieved as well, using plinths, spools, capitals, and even half-finials. Each of these elements is able to be used interchangeably along shorter lengths of molding to create this look.


 These items are available in twelve inch increments between 24 and 96 inches and 11 wood types. Use them with our assorted plinths, spools, half-finials, and other wood onlays; these moldings are versatile and make coordinating easy!


Listed as our 3 1/2 inch moldings, these half dowel onlays are actually 2 5/8 wide. The difference is actually accounted for in the width of the plinths these moldings coordinate to. Essentially, these moldings can be used to create a column which has an overall width of 3 1/2 inches.

96" Rope Half Round Moulding