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Barrington Lacework – Double Sided Frieze

 

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This lace resembles the Old Style Heritage Dorrington Lacework. This is a popular lace design that looks at home on a gazebo, a traditional style or a more contempary style  verandah.It is available in a large range of powdercoat colours

Bristol Lacework – Double Sided Frieze

 

Bristol 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

Burnside Heritage Balustrade – Double Sided Panel

The Burnside Balustrade is a very popular design of balustrade.It is a traditional design seen on many Queenslanders in Queensland.Its also prevalent on many heritage homes built way back in that 1860 to 1880 period.However today it is used on heritage style properties together with new homes.It is a very versatile design of balustrade.

Clover Lacework – Single Sided Key Frieze

The Clover Key Frieze is a very popular design of lacework on new heritage properties. This design is seen on many original heritage properties dating back to the 1880 period.It has matching corners to compliment the graceous design.

Clover Small Lacework – Single Sided Corner

 

Small Clover is a traditional old style lace suited to low verandahs. It looks at home on new style verandahs and equally at home on old heritage properties. It is a perfect match when used in conjunction with the large clover on a terrace

Grapevine Corner – Heritage Grapevine Corner

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