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Gawler Lacework – Single Sided Frieze

Gawler lace is an old design seen in many country areas throughout Australia, however is it found in metropolitan areas,for instance Ascot Vale and Flemington in Victoria.It has a matching Balustrade Panel

Georgian Federation Balustrade – Double Sided Balustrade Panel

The Georgian Panel is a balustrade design common on Federation Style Homes. The homes of around 1910 to 1930 had a range of timber styles for the balustrade and fretwork and this design being a heavy duty aluminium casting fits into the balustrade designs used in this period. It is easy to install to timber or aluminium handrails.

Grapevine Balustrade – Single Sided Panel


The Grapevine Balustrade Panel is a popular design balustrade on heritage homes. It is suitable for small areas as it is only 285 mm wide and fits a range of different measurements. It is a very popular design on Terrace Homes, especially when combined with the matching Grapevine Lacework

Grapevine Corner – Heritage Grapevine Corner

The Grapevine Lace design is an interesting old lace design dating back to the 1880 period. It is seen on many old Victorian verandahs, however it has become a popular design on Victorian replica verandahs when used in conjunction with the Grapevine corner and the old style Heritage Grapevine Corner