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Heritage Centre Drop – Fits in between corners

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

Heritage Maldon Balustrade Panel-Single Sided Aluminium

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

Indented Heads Balustrade – Double Sided Panel

The Indented Heads panel is a Heritage Panel at home on any heritage style verandah or any  old 1880 property.

It is a plain style of design suitable when the balustrade has to blend in with the surroundings.It is easy to install to either the Chatterton Lacework handrail or any timber handrail amd is available in a large range of  heritage colours

Inverell Balustrade Panel / Suitable for 4m balconies

What a magnificent restoration of the Oxford Hotel 1886 in Inverell NSW. Chatterton Lacework has supplied the balustrade including the decorative Breadloaf  handrail combined with the balustrade panels and the Heritage Horseshoe Lacework. This Lacework dates back as far as 1886.The balustrade was one of very few Heritage designs approved by heritage that complied with the Building regulations for balconies above  four metres high.

Madrid Balustrade – Single Sided Panel



The Madrid Balustrade Panel is every bit a classic heritage balustrade panel with it on display in most Australian states on heritage properties dating back as far as 1860.It looks good on heritage restorations and new heritage verandahs.