TERMINOLOGY — WOOD ENTRY DOORS

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Came/Caming

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Came/Caming

A metal strip, typically made of brass, which is used to hold pieces of glass in place. Used for more decorative designs. The color is usually brass, zinc or patina, and is often matched with hinges and/or threshold.

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