What is the meaning of the furniture term Cyma Reversa?

Cyma Reversa is a term used in furniture design and architecture to describe a curved molding or profile that is concave on the top and convex on the bottom. It is also known as an ogee curve or double curve. This type of molding is often used in furniture design to add decorative and elegant details to the edges or corners of pieces such as tables, chairs, cabinets, or frames. The cyma reversa curve creates a sense of fluidity and movement in the design, adding visual interest and sophistication. The cyma recta reversed.
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