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Thursday, December 9, 2021

New for 2022

This is a Master which we just made for a London Property


Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Cleaning and re-modeling 1800s section

A Picture paints a thousand words, it was re-sculptured from the original which was in poor state even after removing all the paint We made a pattern, around 10″ then jointed several sections together to make a longer one for easy fitting End result


Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Archways Fitted

Before and after fitted Archways Fitting an Archway is not really a Job for DIYs, good results come from paying for a good fitter


Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Simple way to trace a profile of Cornice

Helping you To help match your Cornice up which if its an older property, it may well have been Ran in-situ this is normally when the property was first built, but we can help you get a template made so it can be matched, we help regardless of you using us, we have done this […]


Saturday, February 22, 2020

New Manufacturing Unit

As well as updating our New WebSite We also worked hard to build more new Products to the point of needing a larger manufacturing Unit for the increased manufacturing. We moved into our New Unit *its Only 20ft* away from the original building, so easy to find This is a glimpse of our new Industrial […]


Wednesday, February 12, 2020

New for 2021

We have over 80 new moulds this year made, after we moved to the larger Premises New one Aug 21 The below Cornice was remastered based on an original, we liked so made a Glass fibre mould, short on the wall long on the ceiling The sharpest Small Georgian Run: CN103, below. We made a […]


Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Cornice Range fitted

Pictures of our Cornice with links to Products on Site CN160 Cornice Cornice Chorley Run CN160 CN113 Cornice_Hotel Run Small CN113 Panel_Moulding_Art_Nouveau_P16 CN186 Greek Key Cornice Cornice Greek-Key CN186 CN184 London Curve (S) Cornice_London Curve CN184 CN178 Classic Curve Cornice_Classic CurveCN178 New but Available *Not in main Brochure* New CN199 Victorian Cornice Victorian CN199 Plain […]


Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Making Silicon/Jacket mould

Remember your mould, at most, will only be as good as the Master you are to create from. So if you want to do it proper, try not to take a Cast from an item which is in poor condition like we had below! lets look at this item in situ, we need to reproduce, […]


Saturday, January 4, 2020

Video of How to Fit a Cornice

We show step by step details of the preparations and installation, the basic tools needed for fitting Plaster Cornice and show the installation Vimeo Link