ASYMMETRIC WITH DRIP
The plaster coving comes from the Victorian period. It has an asymmetric shape with eye-catching drip. As you notice, its longer part goes on the ceiling what makes the ceiling look lower. In essence, asymmetrical covings were popular as ceiling details for small houses. Additionally, it will adapt to other victorian cornices. Cornices Centre Range.
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