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Gawler balustrade and lacework is a traditional cast iron design manufactured in aluminium.The Gawler lace and balustrade was common in Gawler South Australia during the 1860 to 1880 period.
Gawler is an old heritage design of lacework common in many country areas of Australia.It has a matching balustrade panel.
Gawler lace is and 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
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.
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
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
The Grecian Panel is an old panel originating from a Greek background. It has been known as the Greek Goddess. Not quite sure why,however you will find this balustrade panel on many heritage properties built around 1880
This decorative casting is the heritage dropper often seen on a verandah that only has corners,without the lace.This decorative heritage dropper fits in the centre between the two corners and acts as a centre piece in each span.It looks most impressive on a heritage verandah
The Heritage Maldon Balustrade panel looks magficicent when combined with the V7A newell. This is a design registered in 1880 and is a popular design in Queensland.It is also popular in Victoria,South Australia and parts of NSW. This design is well suited to the heavy duty aluminium breadloaf Chatterton handrail.It is easily installed onto timber handrails with the right angle fixing lugs top and bottom
This decorative Heritage corner extender adds a decorative finish to the bottom of a corner bracket.It is also very useful when trying to extend the depth of the corner.