Decorative plaster work of all shapes and sizes – Lincolns Inn bespoke plaque commission.

Although most of the decorative plaster work we undertake is on a large scale in stately homes and halls, sometimes in a more modest domestic setting, we also get asked to produce bespoke, much smaller and unique pieces of work. This particular project was commissioned by Lincolns Inn, London - one of the worlds most prestigious professional bodies of judges and lawyers. We were provided with a 3 or 4 photos and images to base a commemorative plaque design around. Our craftsman Ben, who is also our in-house sculptor and modeler then set about designing the new plaque, by creating a mould for the main part of the plaque. Then, based on a basic line drawing of  Madonna and child, he hand sculpted and replicated this detailed image out of clay. It was  re-cast out of resin and applied to the plaque which is now ready for painting and finishing.

Creating a one-off piece like this is a time consuming process as everything is hand made and this can take days of our craftsman's time, but this is a pure bespoke piece. Of course this is reflected in the price we have to charge for such projects but what we produce will be around for years to come, almost like a work of art.

Call 01609 776462 for enquiries about similar projects and any other decorative plasterwork  jobs.

These are the ideas that Lincolns Inn wanted to base the new plaque design aroundThe image of Madonna and Child that will feature on the plaque that Ben designed and made.The clay version of the plaque from which Ben makes a mould to reproduce the plaque in Casting Plaster.This is the mould made from the clay prototype, for casting the plaster version of the plaqueThis is the final complete plaque design with letter and image of Madonna and Child, made from casting plaster and ready to be painted.

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