A molding, the section of which is the form of the letter S, with the convex part above; cyma reversa. See Illust. under Cyma.
A joint with an elongated "" profile within the thickness of a sewer pipe wall.
A double elongated letter 's design' associated with the Gothic style of architecture.
A stone molding with a reverse curved edge; concave below, convex above.
A long, S-shaped curve.
A double-curved line made up of a convex and a concave part.
A stone profile with a reverse curved edge: concave above, convex below.
a moulding consisting of a continuous double curve, convex above and concave below; a cyma reversa
a half-round adaptor used to join gutters of different profiles
an S-shaped curve on a surface formed by a convex and concave surface curve joined together
an S-shaped curve, particularly of an arch
A classical molding with a double curve or cyma profile, as in an ogee bracket foot.
Describes an "s"-shaped cross-section in regard to part of a vessel profile.
S-shaped or double curve comprising a convex and a concave section, often seen in decorative archways
A double-curved or inverted s-shape. Victorian and Edwardian buildings have ogee spouting. (Refer: Cyma recta)
Molding with both concave and convex curves
A term used to describe an S-shaped double curve, particularly those on bracket feet as used on first class mid-18th century furniture.
In computer graphics, a distortion of an image using an S-shaped curve as one baseline, giving an image a "wave" look.
A reverse curve, shaped like an elongated letter S. The downstream faces of overflow dams are often made to this shape. (From the French word Ogive).
a compound curve of two parts, one convex, the other concave. A double-ogee moulding is formed by two ogee mouldings meeting at their convex ends.
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Double curve, 1/4 of each circle on a tangent, to form like a "S" many different uses for these patterns
A double curve of slender S-shape.
descriptive of an edge or foot consisting of two curves, the top convex and the bottom concave, forming an S-curve
a moulding formed by the combination of a round and a hollow, part being concave and part being convex. Ogees are extensively used in classical architecture with the convex part always placed upwards.!-- google_ad_client = "pub-8039990704443990"; google_ad_width = 468; google_ad_height = 60; google_ad_format = "468x60_as"; google_ad_type = "text_image"; google_ad_channel ="6807473505"; google_color_border = "FFFFFF"; google_color_bg = "FFFFFF"; google_color_link = "0000FF"; google_color_text = "000000"; google_color_url = "FF3300";
the "s" shaped molding that universally typifies Gothic. See also arch.
A bowl, foot or molding form, its profile in the shape of a double curve like an elongated S.
A curved section of a moulding, partly convex and partly concave.
A pointed arch, each haunch of which is a double curve with the concave side uppermost.
Often found on the (bracket) feet of Georgian furniture, this is a double-curved Gothic moulding of architectural origins, consisting of a convex arc above a concave arc, creating a wave-like profile.
An S-shaped moulding.
A moulding: convex above and concave below, a continous curve.
A decorative S-shaped molding.
A molding with an "S" shaped profile.
A pointed arch with double curved sides, upper arcs convex, lower concave
A double curved molding, convex above, concave below.
A decorative molding profile with a S shape.
A double curve, usually used to describe an arch or a moulding. Plural oggez
link An S shape that is made by making one cut to produce two identical pieces.
Classical "S" shaped molding with a double cyma-curved shape, as in an ogee bracket foot. Chippendale period case good pieces frequently use Ogee bracket feet that wrap around both sides of a corner, and have a double curve or cyma profile.
A moulding found in most styles of western architecture surfaces. Frame sash or grille detailing that's slightly s-shaped in profile, comprised of a convex and a concave curve.
A molding with a cyma or S-shaped profile.
An S-shaped curved applied to trim or molding as a decoration.
Ogee is a shape consisting of a arc flowing into a arc, so forming an S-shaped curve with vertical ends.