Canonbury. Northchurch Road. Built in 1846. At this property in Northchurch road, there was only one remaining original ceiling rose in the house. We were asked to restore this ceiling rose. First we removed all of the detail mouldings from the ceiling so we could work on them back in the work shop. Once we had removed the paint there was a lot damage to the stem of the
Balfour road, Highbury cira 1840/50 Date of when restoration 21 March 2018. In these photo, are of a Hallway cornice, from 1850, we removed all the detail mouldings, cleaned all of the paint from them, then refitted them back in to place. ” template=”default” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]
We also clean, restore and replace Ceiling Roses.
We believe that if possible the original features should be kept but sometimes this is just not possible. In this case we try and restore the damaged area to keep as much of the original feature as possible.
If the Ceiling Rose is beyond repair we can supply a brand new one of high quality to blend in with the original features.read more…