Plaster Ceiling Roses

British Plaster Ceiling RosesPlaster Ceiling Roses were originally moulded in sections. The invention of gelatine moulds in the 1850’s reduced the cost of making plaster ceiling roses and allowed them to be produced in one piece off site.

Plaster ceiling roses were known in Victorian times as ‘centre flowers’. Ceiling roses were standard in all Victorian properties from the humblest terrace to the grandest detached villa, and increased in size and complexity accordingly. Most were made of plaster of paris because of its ease of use and versitility, but in some homes, Plaster ceiling roses were hand made from wood or even cast in iron.

Plaster ceiling roses can be broken down into four constituent elements. The Ceiling rose outer ‘border’ - often a rope design - an inner ‘body’ element often a floral motif, and then finally the ‘centre’, in the middle of which is the fourth element, the seed or drop of the plaster ceiling rose.

The drop is now largely missing from modern plaster ceiling roses to allow for an electric cable but is still retained in some of our purely decorative designs.

ALL of our Plaster Ceiling Roses are made by hand at our factory in North Yorkshire.

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24" Plain Plaster Ceiling Rose 609mm
Large Carousel Plaster Ceiling Rose 780mm
Large Sunflower Plaster Ceiling Rose 610mm
25" Plain Plaster Ceiling Rose 641mm
Melrose Plaster Ceiling Rose 699mm
29" Deep Plain Plaster Ceiling Rose 736mm
29" Plain Plaster Ceiling Rose 736mm
Banner Plaster Ceiling Rose 734mm
Old Aztec Plaster Ceiling Rose 800mm
12" Plain Plaster Ceiling Rose 305mm
14" Plain Plaster Ceiling Rose 356mm
15" Plain Plaster Ceiling Rose 387mm
16.5" Rococo Plaster Ceiling Rose 419mm
17" Gerbera Plaster Ceiling Rose 432mm
17" Small Dentil Plaster Ceiling Rose 432mm
18" Rosebud Plaster Ceiling Rose
19" Plain Plaster Ceiling Rose 482mm
20" Deep Plaster Ceiling Rose 508mm
22" Plain Plaster Ceiling Rose 559mm
24" Deep Plaster Ceiling Rose 610mm
32" Plain Ring Plaster Ceiling Rose 813mm
34" Deep Plain Plaster Ceiling Rose 864mm
34" Plain Plaster Ceiling Rose 865mm
43" Deep Plain Plaster Ceiling Rose 1092mm
7" Flower Plaster Ceiling Rose 178mm
9" Deep Plaster Ceiling Rose 229mm
9" Shallow Plain Plaster Ceiling Rose 229mm
Adam Harvest Plaster Ceiling Rose 468mm
Art Deco Plaster Ceiling Rose 550mm
Beaded Floral Plaster Ceiling Rose 450mm
Calais Plaster Ceiling Rose 615mm
Candello Plaster Ceiling Rose 620mm
Carlisle Plaster Ceiling Rose 620mm
Climbing Rose Plaster Ceiling Rose 380mm
Consulate Plaster Ceiling Rose 395mm
Doric Plaster Ceiling Rose 520mm
English Rose Plaster Ceiling Rose 420mm
Fanned Leaf Plaster Ceiling Rose 590mm
Floral Garland Plaster Ceiling Rose 520mm
Floral Plaster Ceiling Rose 500mm
Greek Leaf Plaster Ceiling Rose 460mm
Harvest Leaf Plaster Ceiling Rose 550mm
Large Acanthus Plaster Ceiling Rose 534mm
Large Adams Plaster Ceiling Rose 495mm
Large Dentil Plaster Ceiling Rose 534mm
Large Roped Plaster Ceiling Rose 670mm
Large Tramline Plaster Ceiling Rose 680mm
New Aztec Plaster Ceiling Rose 794mm
New Ornate Plaster Ceiling Rose 400mm
Old Small Bead Plaster Ceiling Rose 430mm
Round Adam Drop Plaster Ceiling Rose 508mm
Small Floral Plaster Ceiling Rose 292mm
Small Fruit Plaster Ceiling Rose 450mm
Small Leaf and Tulip Plaster Ceiling Rose
Small Leaf Plaster Ceiling Rose 305mm
Small Sunflower Plaster Ceiling Rose 457mm
Small Traditional Plain Ceiling Rose 370mm
Small Tudor Plaster Ceiling Rose 190mm
Small Windsor Plaster Ceiling Rose 560mm
Star Centre Plaster Ceiling Rose 520mm
Swelled Leaf Plaster Ceiling Rose 510mm
Windsor Plaster Ceiling Rose 711mm
British Plaster Ceiling RosesPlaster Ceiling Roses were originally moulded in sections. The invention of gelatine moulds in the 1850’s reduced the cost of making plaster ceiling roses and allowed them to be produced in one piece off site.

Plaster ceiling roses were known in Victorian times as ‘centre flowers’. Ceiling roses were standard in all Victorian properties from the humblest terrace to the grandest detached villa, and increased in size and complexity accordingly. Most were made of plaster of paris because of its ease of use and versitility, but in some homes, Plaster ceiling roses were hand made from wood or even cast in iron.

Plaster ceiling roses can be broken down into four constituent elements. The Ceiling rose outer ‘border’ - often a rope design - an inner ‘body’ element often a floral motif, and then finally the ‘centre’, in the middle of which is the fourth element, the seed or drop of the plaster ceiling rose.

The drop is now largely missing from modern plaster ceiling roses to allow for an electric cable but is still retained in some of our purely decorative designs.

ALL of our Plaster Ceiling Roses are made by hand at our factory in North Yorkshire.