Does the attached figure/style have a name?

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If this were a sofa, I would say camel back.
Early American MDF.
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It's nearly impossible to define a style from one simple curve. That could be indicative of Shaker (rare, but not uncommon), Art Nouveau, or Early American. You would need to see an entire piece.
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(08-09-2023, 07:17 AM)sniper Wrote: Early American MDF.

LOL.  That about pegs it.

The cyma curve and its variations have been around a long time in various applications from architectural form to interior design.
(08-08-2023, 04:56 PM)GEB Wrote: Does the attached figure/style have a name?

The curve could be part of an ogee.

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