Georgian Ceiling Roses
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A typical Georgian ceiling would either be plain or extensively decorated. In general terms we tend to think of the eighteenth century and before Queen Victoria as ‘Georgian’. The four King Georges reigned between 1714 and 1830.
For a scheme featuring a single Georgian ceiling rose or ceiling roses alone we offer a selection incorporating Acanthus Leaf, Flutes, Swags & Drops, Feathers and Laurel Enrichments.
Some clients prefer a plain, unenriched ceiling rose. We offer a range of five plain moulded roundels with diameters ranging from the smallest at 310mm and the largest a formidable 1200mm. These plain roundels work in all periods of property and we have therefore included them in the Georgian ceiling rose range.
You may also wish to compromise with the use of a ceiling rose incorporating typical ‘Georgian’ detail.
The various diameters and intensity of enrichment in the Stevensons range will enable you to find a suitable Georgian design theme for your scheme.
Our Georgian Ceiling Roses work ideally with our National Trust Range of Cornices, which feature a comprehensive range of Georgian Cornice profiles.
You may wish to view our complete Decorative Ceiling Designs.