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Clover Small Lacework – Single Sided Frieze


Small Clover Lacework is an excellent style of lacework  for an older style of home,or a traditional Victorian home with height restrictions on the verandah. It looks good when used in conjunction with the large clover on a terrace home.

Gawler Lacework – Single Sided Frieze

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

Madrid Balustrade – Single Sided Panel



The Madrid Balustrade Panel is every bit a classic heritage balustrade panel with it on display in most Australian states on heritage properties dating back as far as 1860.It looks good on heritage restorations and new heritage verandahs.

Port Adelaide Lacework – Single Sided Frieze

This is a traditional design of heritage lacework often seen in South Australia.It is a design seen in and around the Port Adelaide area.It was originally manufactured by a South Australian foundry however in recent years it was manufactured by another South Australian foundry Finecast Foundry until they closed down around 2007.It is an interesting old  heritage design  of lacework with that moon looking convex corner.

Vase Lacework – Single Sided Key Frieze

The Vase design of lacework is a popular design of lacework.It is very common on old heritage buildings and becoming a lacework seen on heritage replicas and restored verandahs. Its available as a key frieze in two sizes and a small and large lace design