This Classic Queenslander in Yeronga Queensland looks great with the D I Y Chatterton Lacework balustrade and the stunning Majestic Lacework complimented with the Heritage Devonport Corner brackets. Its is all powdercoated in Dulux Pearl White. If you would consider some Heritage Ironwork in non rust aluminium on your Queenslander give us a call.

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Replacing or repairing cast iron decoration is a task confronting many buyers of old homes. Typical problems include rust, a thick coating of old  paint and the loss of some of the iron work. There are solutions to all these issues.Thick paint and rust can be removed by sandblasting.Care needs to be taken not to …

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Heritage Balustrade installation is made easy with this modular design balustrade fixed in between top and bottom rails with tech screws or plasterboard screws.Staircases are now made easy with the addition of balusters to match with angled fixing lugs,suitable for any DIY installation.  

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What a wonderful example of traditional balustrade and lacework on this heritage property in Sandy Bay Hobart. The Classic Madrid balustrade panel and a matching newell combined with the ever popular Rosemary Lacework. This lacework compliments the balustrade. The Madrid balustrade was chosen to complete the restoration of the Harbour Masters House in Hobart by …

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Classic Vase Lacework creates an impressive Bullnose Verandah on this Traditional Heritage Cottage.This design has an interesting display of flowerpots and flowers creating a very soft design of verandah decoration.This is another design originating from those heritage properties dating back to 1880.It looks great on any new home or any heritage property restoration.

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Renovating a heritage house can present opportunities and unique challenges. But don’t worry, there is plenty of help at hand. One of the first things would-be heritage property renovators should do is check with their council as to whether their house is among the more than 150,000 properties in the state covered by a heritage …

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Images of Balustrade and Lacework designs manufactured by Chatterton Lacework.Many of these designs date back to the 1860 Victorian Era.

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Many Iron lace designs were registered when the Commonwealth Design Act became effective in 1907.This design is one of many registered, however these registrations were incomplete due to many complications including defects in the many state registers and  poor images and drawings that were submitted. Many designs manufactured today, which have been modified have never been …

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