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The Mitred Joint








Although mitreing is used in everyday woodwork, it comes last in our list of regular joints simply because it has been partly dealt with in almost every previous chapter. For example, we have mitre halving in , a mitre bridle joint in , a tongued and grooved mitre in , mitred mortise and tenon joints in and , a dowelled mitre frame in , and a mitred dovetail in .










Fig. 321.—      Mitred Skirting.

Fig. 321.— Mitred Skirting.

Fig. 322.—      Curved Mitre.

Fig. 322.— Curved Mitre.

Fig. 323.—      Halving the Angle.

Fig. 323.— Halving the Angle.







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