Although sometimes mitered to an upper “return” molding, the terminus of a gooseneck molding is often decorated with a carved embellishment such as a pinwheel or rosette. The lower end of the gooseneck is mitered to a “return” which is a straight section of the same molding profile that is applied to the side of the case.
Making a gooseneck molding involves sawing the “S”curve and shaping the profile. Although the molding profile can be shaped with a large, complex shaper cutter, it is more economical to make a series of cuts with several bits.
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