tapered door casings
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Also popular were tapered casings that were typically made by building up several profiles, working from the jamb outward and joining the head and leg pieces with mitered cuts. Tapered casings were common in Federal and Italianate homes, as well as in the later Greek Revival and Colonial Revival styles that emphasized depth in decoration.
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