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17th Century Brick Inglenook Fireplace: 17th Century Brick inglenook Fireplace
17th Century Brick Inglenook fireplace.
16 December 2018 - 12:29, by , in Traditional Lime Plastering, No comments
17th Century Brick Ingleknook fireplace, before being lime pointed17th Century Brick Ingleknook fireplace, after being lime pointed

17th Century Brick Inglenook Fireplace.

A Grade II* property, with some of it, orignally dating back to 1276.

Complete with it`s own Chapel.https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/hornes-place-chapel/

This old worn, 17th century brick inglenook fireplace, was in need of being carefully restored. Because of wear and tear over time, and being used for it`s purpose. So first of all, I carefully cut out the old worn pointing, and then I repaired and replaced the brickwork. Then I could finally repoint the brickwork, using traditional lime pointing. Bringing it back to it`s former glory. As I carried out the restoration work, we found, and uncovered the original Bread oven. The project was carried out in, Appledore, Kent.  In 2014.

Materials supplied by http://www.chalkdownlime.com 

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Brick Inglenook fireplace. 17th Century
Brick Inglenook fireplace. 17th Century.  In a Grade 2* property, dating around 1276, Kent.
About author:
Paul is a qualified plasterer in all aspects of plastering. He has been plastering in Kent for over 30 years. When not working you can find Paul windsurfing, hiking, mountian biking or exploring the countryside.

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