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A popular old style lace often seen in Queensland. It is very adaptable in that it can be used on low verandahs as well as a standard verandah. The corner is very shallow in that it does not protrude far down the post
The Galaxy dropper is a median to small type of dropper,or lacework joiner for use on a range of designs including the Galaxy Lacework The galaxy lacework is a popular old style lace often seen in Queensland. It is very adaptable in that it can be used on low verandahs as well as a standard verandah. The corner is very shallow in that it does not protrude far down the post
The Galaxy lace is a popular lacework design, especially where there are post restrictions. This corner is shallow down the post only requiring 325mm of straight section to fit to.
An old time Heritage corner bracket.This is a common design on old buildings.It looks great on restored homes and looks at home on any new verandah.
Gawler is an old heritage design of lacework common in many country areas of Australia. It has a matching balustrade panel. It looks great on new heritage homes
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
Gawler is an old heritage design of lacework common in many country areas of Australia.It has a matching balustrade panel.
Gisbourne lace is a well known Victorian Lacework originating in 1860 and altered numerous times through reproduction
This lace is a well recognised design of lacework, however it has been difficult to locate for the purpose of restoring properties.It looks great on a new property,although similiar to a few other designs.There are many homes in Ballarat Victoria displaying this design.
Golden Vine is a most appealing lacework design,especially when it is used in conjunction with the Carnbrae corner and the Carlton Verandah Panel
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