Decorative plaster-work is a major element for schemes of classic interior
decor has been crafted for over 200 years with Georgian, Regency, Adam and
numerous other ornamentation, giving birth to thousands of artifacts
through Europe and far reaches of its old empires.
This fine tradition has continued in SA, a company specializing in
re-manufacture, refurbishment of creation of new plaster mouldings,
preserving a heritage of fine craftsmanship in this art. A large range of
ornate and plain cornices, ceiling centres, corbals, niches, wall plaques,
panel moulds, dados and arched openings are found in this range of
designs. Much of the work involves 'ordinary' plaster, modelling first in
clay, which is then moulded and cast.
A full fitting or installation service is offered. Advice on all aspects
of Ornamental Plasterwork is available to interior designers and
architects alike. One of our key specialisations is that we can match
existing mouldings exactly.
The company is unique in the collaborations it has forged with historical
bodies such as the Cape Town City Hall, UCT Library and the collections it
has produced with leading designers such as John Jacob, Craig Kaplan and
Ralph Krall. The company has diversified into architectural
stonework and projects have been secured for specialist items such as
cantilevered staircases and classical stone facades.
When taking on a commission we work with the interior architect, interior
designer or the clients themselves to provide the finest custom ornamental
period-style plaster work available today.
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