plasterwork


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plasterwork

1. Cast ornamental plaster, commonly cast with plaster of paris, typically on a ceiling.
2. Any surface finished with plaster.
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The dining hall has the first introduction to the superb plasterwork theme of the house with its nine rectangular panels with swags and rosettes as well as one of the houses' many original moulded stone fireplaces.
Ron said: "I repaired and restored a small part of the ceiling in the Long Room as part of the gold leaf plasterwork had fallen out due to old age.
He left his mark on the Hall in many ways, not least of which was the inclusion of his emblem, an elephant, in plasterwork ceilings and friezes around the house.
On removing the false roof, builders unveiled the domed ceiling with ornate plasterwork depicting fruit - a sign of good health.
There will be demonstrations of stonemasonry, traditional brickwork and plasterwork and visitors will be able to have a go.
Explosive charges were buried in a wall to simulate bullets hitting plasterwork - but a stage hand resealed the wall with a sheet of metal.
There is an expansive master bedroom with elaborate plasterwork ceiling and original oak mantelpiece.
Much of the original decorative plasterwork has been cleaned and restored, revealing exquisite detail such as the sun rays in one ceiling which had been hidden for years under layers and layers of paint from successive redecorating.
These figures might puzzle home-owners struggling to get the builders back to sort out wobbly bath panels or cracks in the plasterwork.
The programme will enable them to learn crafts such as stone masonry, decorative bricklaying, carpentry, plasterwork and lead-work skills.
Constructed for the wealthy travelling merchant Robert Wynn, its architecture and plasterwork have Greek,Dutch and Spanish influences.