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  1. #16
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    What is the moulding for? It's an unusual profile, at least in my opinion. Curious what it is being used for
    Always put the crappy side against the wall

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    Jason, it is part of a Queen Anne side chair. It is called the shoe, and the back splat it mortised into the top of it.

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    Mark, for such a small piece of molding like the shoe, sounds like a date with some carving gouges is in your future..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert LaPlaca View Post
    Mark, for such a small piece of molding like the shoe, sounds like a date with some carving gouges is in your future..
    Good advice Robert! If I can use carving gouges to make a serpentine molding in figured cherry, this should be easy ( it is in straight grained mahogany ).

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