Cast Aluminium Post Cap Installation to the top of the post Installation is made simple 1. Remove the screws from the lid of the casting 2.Drill some screw holes through the bottom casting 3.Put the screws through the bottom holes and screw down tightly into the post 4. Replace the lid and refit the screws.

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This classy verandah displays the spleandors of such a great view and the tranquility of a traditional heritage verandah with such great displays of lacework and balustrade, all available form Chatterton Lacework Melbourne.  

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The aluminium Banwell Balustrade is an easy to install balustrade system. This design dates back to the 1860 period and is often seen on old buildings in and around the Sydney Metropolitan area

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Traditional lion posts create a magnificent entry area to this restored heritage property. The verandah has been restored featuring the ever popular Berwick Lacework [originating 1860] featuring the CA3 spearhead. The Heritage style Royal Park letterbox enhances the Lion Post Fence  

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Chatterton Lacework will be closed Friday March 30,Saturday March 31, Monday April 2 and Tuesday April 3 Have a Happy Easter

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Traditional Horseshoe Lacework is now available at Chatterton Lacework.This lacework looks at home on any Heritage property especially those dating back to 1860.It can also  be used on any new style Heritage property.

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Chatterton Traditional Heritage balustrade and lacework can add those finishing touches to any heritage style home. Installing a traditional Heritage Style balustrade is made easy with a large range of DIY Components available from Chatterton Lacework. Balustrade designs like the Carmel Balustrade and the Sandsville Balustrade will enhance any balcony with the assistance of the …

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The restoration of a heritage property can be both fun and rewarding. A  heritage cottage  can  make full use of the traditional verandah often featuring the classic Chantilly,Clover and Victoria lace designs with the unique design of the lace corners.   Classic verandah posts compliment the verandah as do  the traditional Victorian fence and gate …

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Traditional Heritage fencing common in Sydney and  surrounding inner suburbs combined with  the classic Banwell Balustrade are a common feature on Terraces in and around Sydney metro and the inner suburbs of Sydney. These heritage  products are available for renovation of existing terraces or new balustrades and fencing .A large range of fencing components and …

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This typical Queensland style home with the large flowing verandah with a typical old style verandah panel featuring sheafs of wheat.This verandah is complimented by the vast amounts of free flowing sandsville lacework.A design dating back to the 1880 period common in Queensland architecture.These old style balustrade and lacework designs would most likely have been …

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