'Chase-me-charlie' type frame in plain flat oak profile. English painter Ben Nicholson (1894 - 1982) liked to frame his abstract paintings and relief work in this way.

Each length of moulding overlaps at the corner of the next in a rotational sequence, creating the distinctive 'chase-me-charlie' joint. This style of frame works particularly well in natural wood, with the juxtaposition of the grain running up, across and down serving to highlight the natural features of the timber.