What is an Ogee Edge
The word ogee is an adjective used to describe objects that have incorporated a double continuous S-shaped curve or molding. Commonly found in
traditional kitchens, an Ogee Edge refers to a style of countertop that feature a concave arch flowing into a convex arch. The ogee edge is relatively expensive compared to other edge styles, especially when cut into granite, marble or concrete. Ogee edges can also be incorporated into the woodwork or molding itself. Ogee edges provide an elegant, modern character that is sought after by many. On occasion, you may even see ogee edges carved into glass tables and mirrors.