|Vertical member between panels in a panelled door or wall.|
|Used in the phrase 'plank-and-muntin wall' to describe a timber wall
sometimes found |
at the high end of an open hall.
|Muntin and plank walls are set in a slot which is alternately wide and narrow.
More commonly timber screens/walls in Surrey are made up from overlapping planks
all the same width set in a parallel sided slot.
©DBRG 16 September 2008