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Birmingham Heritage Lacework – Double Sided Corner

The Birmingham Lacework is a popular design on new homes, traditional heritage properties and looks great on the Gazebo. This design being a double sided design is lace design derived from the Sandsville design. This was a larger design than the Birmingham,it was common in areas surrounding railway stations, especially in the Melbourne Metropolitan area

Boston Fern Lacework – Single Sided Frieze

Boston fern appeared in the late 1880’s and early 1890’s. It was seen predominantly in and around Melbourne, it was one of many designs featuring the Australian ferns in particular the tree fern, as it is seen in the  Fishfern  design.

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

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.