The ogee edge is a distinctive design that features a concave arch flowing into a convex arch along the edge of a countertop. Unlike a simple rounded bullnose edge, ogee edges are more intricate and are commonly found in traditional kitchen designs. Countertops made of granite, marble, or concrete can be cut into an ogee edge, although it is more expensive than other edge designs. Ogee edges can also be incorporated into woodwork or molding, which is cut using a router to produce a sanded, splinter-free finish. This tiered design can add character to furniture or molding, and it can even be used on glass pieces such as mirrors or tables. Ogee edges can also be combined with other edge designs to create a truly unique feature in countertops or furniture.