Heritage Lacework can restore a property to its former elegance or designs like the one illustrated, the Small Clover can improve any verandah to add that little touch of a classic heritage masterpiece. The Small Clover lace is easy to install and is available in a large range of powdercoat colours

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Restoration of a large verandah in suburban Melbourne. This video will give some insight on how to proceed with the installation. The installation of these powdercoated  cast aluminium Clover Lacework and matching Gardenia corners was by done by Melbourne based  lacework and balustrade installer Avondale Steel Fabrication. This was part of the renovation of a large …

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Preserve our heritage with wrought iron Throughout the world today there is a requirement to restore and preserve our heritage. In the world of Wrought Iron we are considered as the masters of Wrought Iron with the capabiity to undertake even the most ambitious of projects. Often simple elements like hammered amd twisted bars can …

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Do I restore the lacework and balustrade on the façade of my Victorian property? The primary thing is for owners to appreciate and understand what they are doing to their house and not rely on a builder or even an architect to give accurate information Chatterton Lacework suggest that home owners who are keen to …

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Lacework Balustrade and Lacework Registrations in Brisbane, North Queensland, Townsville, Maryborough, and Rockhampton Seventy two Lacework Designs were registered in Queensland. Many of these designs were the same or similar to those registered in New South Wales. The designs registered can be seen in Brisbane and North Queensland including Townsville, Maryborough and Rockhampton. Many designs were …

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Chatterton Lacework Melbourne have released a new and improved Kensington corner and frieze, also known as the Westminster corner and frieze. Another new release is the traditional rosemary design corner and frieze. A common lace seen on many inner Melbourne homes between 1860-1890. This is available in both mill finish and a powder coat finish.

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