HPS41 "Chesham" Cornice
Victorian Water Leaf Cornice
HPS41 Chesham Cornice is a small upright cornice enriched with a water leaf design sitting below a cavetto and finishing into a half round section. This water leaf fibrous plaster moulding was originally taken from an existing cornice to a property on Chesham place within the Cadogan estate in central London, the estate becoming the Manor of Chelsea through the marriage of Lord Cadogan and the heiress to Sir Hans Sloane. HPS41 Plain Run Square Cornice manufactured in 3 metre lengths.
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|HPS41 Cornice Product Details
|Victorian Water Leaf Cornice
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