What is the meaning of the furniture term Scotia?

Scotia: A Scotia is a concave molding that typically features a quarter-round profile. It is commonly used as a decorative trim or transition piece along the bottom or top edge of furniture, cabinetry, or molding.

Hollow or Concave Molding: Hollow or concave molding refers to a type of trim or decorative molding that features a concave, curved shape. It is often used to add a decorative touch to furniture edges, frames, or architectural details.

Quarter Round: Quarter round is a type of molding that has a quarter-circular profile. It is typically used to cover the gap between a floor and baseboard or between a wall and crown molding. In furniture, it can be used as a decorative trim along the edges or corners, giving a finished look.

Hollow or concave molding, quarter round.
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