Making and Installing Goose Neck Moldings

I recently made a set of goose neck moldings for the upper case of the secretary desk I am building.  After going through the process I’ve realized that it’s not a very difficult process, just very time consuming.  The set of moldings took me around 12-15 hours make and install.

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