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Ornamental internal and external mouldings and plasterwork across Devon, Cornwall and Exeter

  • Plasterwork and mouldings from Abby mouldings in Devon

  • Internal and external plaster mouldings covering Devon, Exeter, Plymouth and Cornwall

  • Cornices, corbels, ceiling roses and niches from Abby Mouldings

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Victorian,

Edwardian and Georgian architecture featured many forms of ornamental

plasterwork such as corbels, cornices, ceiling roses and niches.

Abby

mouldings have built a reputation on repair and restoration projects on some of

the UKs most prestigious listed buildings and conservation projects.

We

specialise in restoring and repairing beautiful plasterwork and mouldings in

period properties that have been damaged and can even create new pieces from

segments of old plasterwork to bring your property back to its original

splendour.

A huge proportion

of ornamental plasterwork in the UK has been lost due to neglect, fire or water

damage or sometimes due to restoration work or partitioning or larger rooms in

older properties. This can be restored and replaced using master craftsmen and

state of the art technology.

Due to

the increasing popularity of restoring period properties which have stood the

test of time, this craft is in great demand and many of the techniques used

disappeared after the 19th century when more modern architecture began to

arise.

Here at

Abby Mouldings we have extensive experience in restoration and repair from

replacing ceiling roses to the restoration of conservation and historic

buildings. We pride ourselves in our service and complete all work with minimal

disruption and will work with you from start to finish ensuring you are 100%

happy with the results for years to come.

For more information or to discuss your requirements please give Abby Mouldings a call direct on 01626 240525

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