Making a molding like that is very easy for a one man operation. It requires a shaper and preferably a power feed. You need a lock edge shaper head and a length of knife steel. The pattern is marked out and ground on a bench grinder. Once you are used to doing it, that profile would take about 30 minutes. If you get a head with the bearing you can profile around curves. I got started making moldings with that setup. There was good $ in it doing replacement parts for old buildings. A shaper is one of the most versatile tools in the shop. Good used industrial quality ones are always available and often no more expensive than the new Chinese ones. Since a hand ground setup is likely to be out of balance you need to use a reasonably heavy shaper with a 1.25" spindle. It's pretty simple, worth knowing how.