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Insitu cornice in lime mortar & casting plaster

Discussion in 'Lime Plastering Case Studies' started by pftmonojetman, Oct 19, 2017.

  1. pftmonojetman

    pftmonojetman Private Member

    IMG_1809.JPG IMG_1817.JPG IMG_1824.JPG IMG_1825.JPG IMG_1824.JPG IMG_1830.JPG IMG_1850.JPG IMG_1851.JPG Some photos of a job were on at the moment, private residence in Lancs.
    Cornice ran in lime mortar and casting plaster. Little bit more mitring to finish then plaster walls and ceiling in lime.
     

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  2. johniosaif

    johniosaif Private Member

    Wow ,top class
     
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  3. Nicm

    Nicm Well-Known Member

    Good job.
     
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  4. Dropsalot

    Dropsalot Private Member

    That looks like good work matey. Nice to see. (y)
     
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  5. Rossi46

    Rossi46 Private Member

  6. raggles

    raggles Private Member

    Top notch graft that Marra
     
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  7. Djr

    Djr Active Member

    Nice work Chris
     
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  8. pftmonojetman

    pftmonojetman Private Member

    It's near Mawdsley mate
     
  9. pftmonojetman

    pftmonojetman Private Member

    Cheers Damo
     
  10. Djr

    Djr Active Member

    Got to be more interesting than floating hardwall all day Chris. Matty Coleman's been doing lime work for years for Lambert walker in Oldham. Been out on loads of sites with him myself but he keeps the fibrous work to himself .I Gove him a shove with the lime
     
  11. Djr

    Djr Active Member

    He was on for Harry when we was there do you remember him ??
     
  12. pftmonojetman

    pftmonojetman Private Member

    Flat wall Matt. Ha ha he'd just left when I started
     
  13. Djr

    Djr Active Member

    Ha ha that's the fella .keep up the good work Chris fuk me sites are shite nowadays as you know (y)
     
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  14. Rossi46

    Rossi46 Private Member

    Close to me then. I do a lot round that way. Nice work! (y)
     
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  15. vfr12

    vfr12 Private Member

    That’s beautiful! Something that’s on my list for long time now......... to learn:rolleyes:
    Well done!
     
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  16. zolco

    zolco Private Member

    Impressive
     
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  17. JessThePlasterer

    JessThePlasterer Well-Known Member

    Bloody lovely that! Super jealous over here (y)
     
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  18. pftmonojetman

    pftmonojetman Private Member

    Appreciate the comments
     
  19. jamesthefirst

    jamesthefirst Private Member

    Nice work as usual mate.
     
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  20. pftmonojetman

    pftmonojetman Private Member

    Thanks mate
     
  21. Rossi46

    Rossi46 Private Member

    Although it’s good we don’t want to see any more because it’s making us all sick with jealousy. So if you’d care to go away that would be nice. Thanks. ;)
     
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  22. stokeplasterer

    stokeplasterer Active Member

    Very nice work top professional
     
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  23. pftmonojetman

    pftmonojetman Private Member

    Cheers Paul,
     
  24. Danny

    Danny TPF OWNER

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  25. Danny

    Danny TPF OWNER

    Would love to be have learnt this
     
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  26. pftmonojetman

    pftmonojetman Private Member

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  27. pftmonojetman

    pftmonojetman Private Member

    IMG_1938.JPG Room now skimmed out with lime finish
     
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  28. Dropsalot

    Dropsalot Private Member

    Ohhhhhh........think just had an oops moment........
    That, my friend looks lovely.
    All the younger “skimmers and sponge monkeys” would do well to learn that skill..
    Plastering, pure and simple.(y)
     
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  29. Djr

    Djr Active Member

    Exellent work Chris
     
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  30. JessThePlasterer

    JessThePlasterer Well-Known Member

    Amazing, you'd fit in plastering 100 years ago. Showing it to be the beautiful craft. I bow to your skill
     
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