Case Studies - Plaster Archway - Quaker Meeting House - Kendal

A grade 2 listed Georgian building, built in 1816 by local architect Francis Webster.

The Quaker Meeting House currently houses the Quaker Tapestry and is a popular tourist attraction in Kendal.

Our work involved replacing the decorative archway around the large main window in the Exhibition Room which had to be removed due to damp penetration.

This involved manufacturing the archway in our workshop and fitting on-site as can be seen in the pictures.

Kendal plaster archway case study
wall rendered

Wall rendered to form the basic shape of the archway.

Forming the arch in plaster

Forming the arch in plaster on the bench in our workshop.

The finished plaster arch.

Silicon mould

The silicon mould of the centre piece once removed from the ceiling.

pictures of the finished arch

Close up pictures of the finished arch.

specialist plaster archway renovations

For more details about the range of specialist plaster renovations we can provide, please call us.

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