South Wales Plaster Work

The property in a gothic revival 4 story mansion designed by Alfred and Benjamin Bucknell who were well known for the area at the time, the building dates back to 1870 and based on style of famous french architect Eugen Violet-le-Duc.

Photographs below show the pantry area of the servants quarter.

South Wales heritage plasterwork were contracted to undertake the plasterwork on the ground floor level through out. 3 coat solid rendering finished traditional forming all angles freehanded.

Products used were quicklime mortars local aggregates reinforced with fibres and the CLM66 finish coat plaster.

Project Date: 2020

Contractor: South West Heritage Plasterwork

Project Gallery

Products Used:

  • Cornish Lime Fine Putty Mortar Bag

    Fine Putty Mortars

    Natural lime mortars with fine sands for pointing, fine renders and plastering.

  • Cornish Lime Quicklime Putty


    High Calcium Quicklime Pebble and Powder, used for making lime putty and hot-mixed or hot-lime...

  • Polypropylene fibres for lime mortar

    Polypropylene Fibres

    Mortar addition, acting as an alternative to animal hair.

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