Part #4301 The Ogee, or cyma reversa, is an architectural term dating back to the 14th century during the Gothic period. It appears to have dual origins. While the French were developing the Ogee during their Flamboyant Gothic period, it seems the English were also working on the cyma reversa during what they called their Decorated Gothic period. Although we can't be sure who first combined the convex arch with the concave arch, we do know that it has its roots in Western Europe. Our Ogee Bun Feet are specifically designed and produced to accommodate a wide variety of craftsmanship styles and uses and, of course, are true to the original Ogee designs.