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Queensland has an interesting range of heritage balustrade and heritage lacework. Brisbane is becoming a popular area to renovate heritage homes as is some of the country areas.A popular design is the Maldon Panel.This panel originated in Queensland,with many properties having the original cast iron balustrade dating back to the 1880 period on the properties they are renovating.
Bristol Key Frieze is a decorative heritage casting very useful to decorate a verandah with height restrictions. It looks good and creates a heritage style verandah especially when used in conjunction with a bullnose verandah
Briston lace is a popular lacework design It looks as much at home on a heritage property as it does on a new style verandah. It is a very open style of lacework in comparison to other heavier style lace
Heritage Maldon style Brunswick aluminium corner bracket is suitable for the low verandah and when there is limited space on the verandah post to fit the corner bracket.
The Burnside Newell is a casting used to decorate the staircase especially when used in conjunction with the Burnside Balustrade Panel.
The Bush Fern panel is an old traditional style of panel seen on many Victorian properties throughout Australia,however is more common in inner suburbs of Melbourne.If installed as a continuous panel it looks stunning. Registered by Cochrane and Scott in August 1884
The Calypso balustrade panel was originally manufactured by William Stephens Foundry ,cnr of Grant and Sturt Streets South Melbourne in 1865.This company manufactured a limited range of ironwork seen today on the terraces and cottages of Toorak and surrounding areas.
This is a heritage style key frieze originating from the mid 1850 period
The Canterbury Belle design of lacework is a traditional old design of lacework.It can be seen in many Victorian country towns including the old Post Office in Ballarat Victoria
Canterbury Belle lacework is an old traditional style of lace seen on many old buildings throughout Australia.
The Captain Cook corner bracket is an old style Heritage corner bracket. It looks at home on any Victorian property or Heritage Style verandah. This corner bracket is often seen on old Victorian Hotels.
The Carlton panel is a well known verandah panel seen on many Victorian properties throughout Australia. This verandah panel has become very popular on new Heritage Homes especially when used in conjunction with clover lacework.