An example of a classic balcony panel that can be viewed in a number of conservation areas around the country – these castings can either be used to produce individual balconies, or arranged in rows across a terraced sequence of houses – very much a feature of areas of towns and cities with large numbers of listed buildings dating from the Victorian and Edwardian periods and provide an additional level of elegance and embellishment to structures of architectural and historical interest.
In addition to their use as external features of buildings, they can also be included as components of internal elements, such as balustrade castings within staircases.
As with other castings from our collection, there is also the option to produce these panels in aluminium or bronze, as well as the more usual cast-iron
The image shows numbers of these panels featured in the Canning Street conservation area of Liverpool, close to the Anglican Cathedral and also appear in the historic centre of Birkenhead.
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