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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

Birmingham Lacework – Double Sided Frieze

Birmingham Lacework is a very popular lacework suitable for old heritage homes,although it is very suitable for any new style heritage property as it has a flowing vine design and does look most impressive.

Brighton Lacework – Heritage Aluminium Lacework

Brighton Lacework has become a popular design of lacework.Like the clover design it has a free flowing design that appeals to many new home owners.It is a design that is common on many heritage properties built in the 1880-1900 period.

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 Small Lacework – Single Sided Corner

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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

Large Maldon Lacework – Single Sided Corner

As seen on the Maldon Hotel, Maldon Victoria Australia

Maldon Lacework is available in two sizes. The small Maldon is popular on verandahs 2.4 metres and above.The large Maldon lacework requires a higher verandah due to the size of the lace. It is a very popular design suitable for both old and new homes.

Sandsville Heritage Balustrade – Double Sided Balustrade Panel

The Sandsville V10 Balustrade design is a modular balustrade system easily installed into the Chatterton Breadloaf Handrail or into any timber handrail. This is a popular traditional design very popular on traditional heritage properties and looks at home on the new heritage properties being restored and built today.

 

 

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