plaster cornice

plaster cornice

A plaster molding where the wall and ceiling meet, crowning the top of the wall.
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Living room has ornate plaster cornice, painted wooden fire surround with tiled backing and hearth.
Already original windows have been found blocked off and areas of original plaster cornice have been discovered.
A Plaster adhesive, the sort sold to hold up plaster cornice, is very strong, but you're right to be cautious.
The building has period features, harking back to former residents with an authentic servant's bell box to the former kitchen, beautiful spindle staircase and well preserved plaster cornice to the sitting room ceiling, plus inviting solid fuel stoves to two of the reception rooms.
Q THE plaster cornice I want to use in our bedroom is too wide to fit in a mitre box.
In the drawing room there is a stone carved .replace with marble corner columns, decorative plaster cornice, moulded ceiling roses and carved door pediments.
AS mentioned last week, traditional fibrous plaster cornice requires a lot of skill and workmanship to produce and install.
B&Q sell plaster cornice from around pounds 4.33 per metre.
As one would expect with a home of this period, the property boasts traditional high ceilings, a beautiful hand turned newel post to the sweeping central staircase, decorative plaster cornice works and traditional fireplaces.
Plaster cornice or coving is a decorative moulding fitted at the angle between the walls and ceiling.