In the late 19th century cabinet makers would reinforce a door corner with a quarter round piece of wood. The inside of the door would have cock bead added which I’ve tried to draw below. I cannot fathom how those old masters created the rounded bead section which was mitered to the straight bead lengths and I’ve looked everywhere I could think of without success. Does anyone have any information or suggestions on how one could add this bead to a cabinet door?
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