Victorian Cornices

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AUTHENTIC VICTORIAN STYLE​

We manufacture a number of stunning Victorian cornice and coving styles which genuinely recreate the Victorian period aesthetic.

 

We take care to ensure all of our designs are authentic and once installed and painted you will not be able to differentiate between a Fullbrooks cornice and the original moulding. Plaster cornice was an important part of Victorian interior design (1837 – 1901) and a wide variety of styles were used.  

During a time when the population of Great Britain was expanding rapidly, most Victorian houses were built on a speculative basis and despite being easily recognised now it should be remembered that they were actually built bit by bit over many decades.

 

This resulted in a great diversity amongst plaster cornice styles as the designs evolved throughout the Victorian era.

The Victorian cornice was markedly more ornate and grander than that in the Georgian period and following the development of fibrous plaster in the mid-1800s cornices started to creep progressively further across into the ceiling, creating new styles like swan neck coving. 

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C7 - Victorian Gothic Cornice

Depth: 197mm

Projection: 100mm

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C30 - Victorian Modillion Block

Depth: 170mm

Projection: 200mm

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C65 - Victorian Small Gothic

Depth: 80mm

Projection: 55mm

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C66 - Victorian Ogee Cornice

Depth: 160mm

Projection: 150mm

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C73 - Victorian Linear Cornice

Depth: 200mm

Projection: 170mm

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C77 - Large Victorian Run Cornice

Depth: 135mm

Projection: 245mm

AUTHENTIC VICTORIAN STYLE​

We manufacture a number of stunning Victorian cornice and coving styles which genuinely recreate the Victorian period aesthetic.

 

We take care to ensure all of our designs are authentic and once installed and painted you will not be able to differentiate between a Fullbrooks cornice and the original moulding. Plaster cornice was an important part of Victorian interior design (1837 – 1901) and a wide variety of styles were used.  

During a time when the population of Great Britain was expanding rapidly, most Victorian houses were built on a speculative basis and despite being easily recognised now it should be remembered that they were actually built bit by bit over many decades.

 

This resulted in a great diversity amongst plaster cornice styles as the designs evolved throughout the Victorian era.

The Victorian cornice was markedly more ornate and grander than that in the Georgian period and following the development of fibrous plaster in the mid-1800s cornices started to creep progressively further across into the ceiling, creating new styles like swan neck coving. 

Southbrook Place
Southbrook Road
Gloucester
Gloucestershire
GL4 3YY

Tel:  01452 300071
Fax: 01452 300087

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