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Lath and plaster: Lath and lime plaster. An old window has been filled in with laths, and plastered with lime plaster, and decorated, in a wealden hall house.
Lath and lime plaster. An old window has been filled in with laths, and plastered with lime plaster, and decorated, in a wealden hall house.
6 October 2019 - 18:13, by , in Traditional Lime Plastering, No comments

Lath and lime plaster.

This old oak windows plaster panels, has been repaired in with laths, and then plastered with three coats of lime plaster, and finally it has been decorated, in a wealden hall house. The work was carried out at Smarden Kent in 2018

Lath and lime plasterLath and lime plaster

This grade II*. 15th Century. Wealden Hall House window plaster panels, was in need of some traditional plaster repairs, carried out to this old oak window. First of all, the old blown lime plaster, has been carefully removed, so I can carry out repairs to the laths, and then, finally, I can apply three coats of lime plaster. Therefore bringing it back to life, and looking great.

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Lath and plaster
Lath and lime plaster. This old oak window, has been repaired in with laths, and plastered with lime plaster, and then decorated. In a Grade II*. 15th Century. Wealden Hall House. At Smarden, Kent.
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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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