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The Abigail Balustrade Panel is a simple design balustrade panel. .Plain up and down bars and circle design top and bottom
The Florence Balustrade Panel is a well known old panel. It looks at home on a heritage terrace or cottage or a balustrade on a new home
The Thistle panel is a well known heritage panel with a thistle cast into the design. It is a panel seen in many heritage areas in Australia.It dates back to the 1880 period.
The Townsville Balustrade Panel originated in Queensland.It is a common panel on heritage verandahs throughout Queensland,however it looks at home on any heritage verandah. It has right angle lugs top and bottom to make installation to top and bottom rails simple.
A traditional aluminium balustrade panel that is a wider and higher panel that looks good on any heritage or new home
This is a popular balustrade design.It is a wider panel and higher than most balustrade panels.It is double sided and easy to install
The Vase design lacework is an old original lacework design registered in Victoria Australia in 1887.The Vase frieze is an interesting design in that it has a fringe of daisies in teapots.The Vase design of lacework is a popular design of lacework.It is very common on old heritage buildings and becoming a lacework seen on heritage replicas and restored verandahs. Its available as a key frieze in two sizes and a small and large lace design
The Vase design of lacework is a very old traditional style of lacework.This design has a loose fitting corner installed underneath the lacework for ease of installation. This design is seen on many old Victorian Homes and is one of those old heritage designs dating back to the 1860 period.
The large Vase key frieze is seen on those large heritage terraces.However it could be used on any heritage properties with high ceilings.This would suit as the verandah would have sufficient height
The Victoria Balustrade Panel is a traditional balustrade design that looks great on a new home as it does on an old traditional property.It mixes very well with a range of lace designs,however it looks terrific when used with the Victoria Lacework
Traditional Victoria Lacework is a well known heritage style of lacework common on many heritage properties from the 1880 period.It is a lacework design used today in the restoration of heritage properties and the new heritage style homes.
The Victoria design lacework is a well known. very popular heritage design of lacework. This lacework design with its intricate teapot and flower design has a matching verandah balustrade panel. This is a heritage design dating back to the 1860 period that is becoming very popular on new heritage properties and restoration of older Victorian Cottages.
Double Sided Victoria Heritage Lacework
The Walker Panel is a traditional old style balustrade panel seen in most Australian states