A miter joint is one formed by the meeting of two pieces at a corner, on a line bisecting the right angle. The same class of joint can be used on angles greater or less than 90 degrees.

 

Back tongued miter joint

Blind half-lap miter joint

Blind mitered dovetail joint

Bridle joint with mitered face

Compound miter joint

Double mortise and tenon miter joint

Dovetail joint with a mitre

Dovetail key miter joint

Dovetail slip miter joint

Dovetail tenoned mitre joint

Face keyed miter joint

False tenoned miter joint

Feather spline miter joint

Half blind box joint

Keyed mitre joint

Lapped miter joint of rebated frame

Lock miter joint

Loose tongue miter joint

Miter joint with inside key

Miter joints

Miter joints reinforced with biscuits

Miter joints reinforced with dowels

Mitered bridle joint

Mitered half-lap joint

Mitered rabbet joint

Mitered through dovetail

Pinned miter joint

Secret tenoned miter joint

Simple lock miter joint