Decorative forms of Architecture incorporating wrought iron lacework can now be seen throughout Adelaide, South Australia, Melbourne Victoria and Sydney in New South Wales.There are numerous designs of both lacework and balustrade panels. Many of these designs are available today.Tasmania including both Launceston and Hobart have an amazing amount of Cast Iron Lacework and Wrought…Details
Melbourne based Chatterton Lacework discovers the Iron Lace revival Melbourne has more decorative cast iron than any other city in the world. By the 1880 period it symbolised the citys brash image, with virtually every new balcony and verandah being draped in an iron petticoat. A noted English architecture critic John Ruskin commented cast iron…Details
The look of the Rosemary Lacework design is typical of what is found on many Heritage properties Australia wide during the 1860 to 1900 period. It is now a very popular design on new builds and restored heritage properties. To replace old damaged cast iron lace with new Rosemary Lacework looks stunning. All the lacework…Details
The ever popular Fitzroy Lacework, very popular in those Edwardian and Federation homes is now available in non rust aluminium . It is a great alternative when replacing broken parts and corroded sections of the verandah. Its popularity is centred around there is no further maintenance requirements, when replacing cast iron lacework.