Victorian Ceiling Roses
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A ceiling rose was a typical ceiling feature in properties large and small throughout the Victorian era.
The Victorian era extended from 1837 to 1901 and began with the twilight of the Regency and ended at the beginning of the modern era. It is not surprising therefore that a broad spectrum of designs can be classified as ‘Victorian’.
The images of our Victorian ceiling rose range begin with our five London Ceiling Roses modelled and moulded by Stevensons for a listed residence in Holland Park, London and faithfully reflect the period.
The victorian range in general offers variations of the ‘Leaf’ theme with a number of roses offering an intensity of decoration to be expected of a Victorian era ceiling rose.
Our website features a Victorian range of plaster cornices which coordinate beautifully with the ceiling roses.
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 Victorian ceiling rose range.