Material, such as oyster shells, spread on the sea bottom for oyster spat to adhere to.
A piece of interior trim that forms a horizontal ledge at the base of a window, just above the apron. You probably call it the sill, although the sill is actually the corresponding piece on the outside of the window.
A horizontal trim member that laps the window sill above the apron and extends beyond the interior casing.
The bottom horizontal trim element at the inside of a window, resembling a small shelf
The inside window sill.
Inside horizontal trim member of a window sash or door panel.
A moulding interior trim member serving as a sash or window frame sill cap.
The shelf-like piece at the inside base of a window.
Horizontal interior member of the frame below a window.
Part of the interior window frame that, like a shelf, extends horizontally across the lower part of the opening.
The shelf-like board of the interior part of the windowsill, against which the bottom rail of the sash closes.
An interior trim piece on a window which extends the sill and acts as a narrow shelf.
A flat molding fitted over the window sill between lambs and contacting the bottom rail of the lower sash.
Interior window sill, shelf, or ledge.
The flat molding fitted over the window sill between jambs and contacting the bottom rail of the lower sash; also, another name for toilet
The bottom interior trim of a window frame that forms a flat narrow shelf. Although actually a different piece, the stool is often called the sill. The stool is the sill cap.
Interior trim piece sometime used to extend a window sill and act as a narrow shelf.
An interior window framing trim piece located either under the sill or beside it.
A piece of flat molding placed on the interior side of a window on top of the sloping surface of the windowsill jamb. It forms a weather seal for the sash.
interior, horizontal molding on window sill between jambs.
Flat area at the bottom of a window opening, between the jambs, where the bottom sash rests.