Heritage Plaster Services – Craftsmen in Plaster
Heritage Plaster Services are specialists in restoring, repairing, and creating all aspects of traditional decorative plaster and mouldings.
Heritage Plaster Services can supply plaster cornice, coving or ceiling roses, whether it’s from our exquisite range of standard classical Victorian, Georgian or Regency period designs or to your bespoke vision.
Whatever period building you have, you can be sure your work will be accomplished by experts, using the most appropriate methods and materials. Heritage Plaster Services has 30 years of experience and research which informs our knowledge of traditional fibrous plastering and decorative plaster techniques both old and new.
To ensure your restoration project is faithful to the original design our aim on every project is to retain the vision of the architects, designers and artists who came before us, employing their techniques where possible, and incorporating new technology where appropriate.
Our fibrous plaster specialists will handle your project from first plans right through to completion. Our skilled designers and expert artisans can create handmade plaster mouldings for any project, big or small, from the faithful recreation of classic styling to modern visionary designs.
Clay Modelling is used to reproduce or create architectural ornamental decorations and is considered an art form which dates back to pre-history.
The Tudor and Jacobean periods (1485 – 1625) marked the evolution away from the medieval styles of building toward more sophisticated structures with classicised decoration.
Architectural external mouldings are just as important to the exterior of buildings as to the interior, from the simplest sand & cement moulding architrave to the grandest entablature.
Lime Plaster Conservation Restoration. Virtually all old buildings were constructed using lime, which was used in conjunction with many materials according to regional difference.
- Acanthus & Loose Leaf Ceiling Roses
- Cornice Collections
CR30 Ceiling Rose is medium centrepiece made up of multiple fibrous plaster casts fitted separately to form the whole floriated piece. The design is made up of alternating acanthus and narrow lillys with stems and plain leaves to central boss section. Dimensions: ?785mm Heritage Plaster Services offer supply and installation services for all products. Please feel free to contact our Sales Team on 01708 252400 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. We would be happy to assist you to select an appropriately sized and styled ceiling plaster mouldings for your project whatever the scale or type of project you have in mind. Our suggested cornice design to go with the CR30 loose leaf ceiling rose would be the HPS59 Cornice or similar.
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Dimensions: ⌀695mmHeritage Plaster Services offer a supply and installation services for all products. Please feel free to contact our Sales Team on 01708 252400 or by email email@example.com for more information. We would be happy to assist you select the appropriately sized and styled mouldings for your project whatever the scale or type of project you have in mind.
HPS1 Small Plain Run Square Cornice is a fibrous plaster profile comprised of a flat stepped plate finishing into a cyma reversa moulding on the wall line. The HPS1 Small is a standard fibrous plaster moulding which is a Georgian cornice and is available in two sizes to allow continuity between varying ceiling heights. HPS1 Plain Run Square Cornice is manufactured in 3-metre lengths.
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Heritage Plaster Projects
Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham Project Details Location: Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 1HQ The Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham was a project we at Heritage Plaster Services were delighted to be involved in, working alongside the main contractors, Speller Metcalfe, we undertook the complete refurbishment and ...
Royal College of Music, London Project Details Location: Kensington, London SW7 2BS The purpose of these works was to allow the full renovation of the main concert hall. The original plaster casts/mouldings that made up the panelled ceiling had, by the simple passage of time, deteriorated and had become dangerous in ...
Dean Street, Mural Restoration Project Details Location: London 76 Dean Street was built in 1732 by Thomas Richmond and sits in the Pitt estate that is located within the Soho Conservation area. The building holds a great historical as well as architectural interest and is described in the survey of London as “...
Trinity Street, London Project Details Location: Trinity Street, London Borough A commonly held view of Conservation would be that this only pertains towards older, period style properties. However, this is not always the case, as these photos of a recently completed project illustrate. This project being a ...
Trinity Square, London Trinity Square, London formally known as The Port of London Authority Building, this Grade 2 listed property overlooks the Tower of London and falls within the Tower Conservation Area. Designed by the Architect Edwin Cooper and opened in 1922 this building retains historic interiors which are designated Areas of...