Ossett Mouldings on Look North and in Wakefield Express, Peaky Blinders. Read more!!
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If you can’t find what you want here out of our range of 49 designs, please note we can, will and do reproduce or re-create your required design. Also we have two or three new ones to list here in next two or three weeks
Please note all our plaster sheets come in white as standard, photos are for illustration purposes only.
This is to give you an idea of how our sheets are finished by very talented decorating scenic painters on the productions we work on.
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Sheet Length 89 inches, 2260 mm., Sheet Depth 42 inches, 1060 mm.
An “average” stone size on this sheet design will be approximately 180mm. long and 75mm. high. As with the other sheets on this page, mortar beds or gaps between stones are additional.
Sheet Length 75 inches, 1900 mm. Sheet Depth 31 inches., 800 mm.
This is a still from the TV production “Forsyth Saga”. The same sheet was also used on the television series “Island at War”.
Sheet Length 82 inches., 2100 mm.
Sheet Depth 42 inches., 1075 mm.
Sheet Length 42 inches., 1060 mm. Sheet Depth 77 inches., 1950 mm.
Note ;- This sheet is “short” and “high”, i.e. is “other way around”. This is in our showroom as cladding on a door.
It always surprises people when I open a brick wall and walk down the cellar!
Sheet Length 78 inches, 1990mm. Sheet Depth 42 inches, 1060mm.
The “average” or typical stone dimension for this sheet will be 400mm. long with the course height of 200mm. This ignores thickness of mortar joints or beds.
Sheet Length 43 inches, 1100mm. Sheet Depth 77 inches, 1950mm.
A typical (or average) stone dimension is 240mm. long and 80mm deep. Mortar beds are additional.
Note;- This sheet is “short” and “high”, i.e. is “other way around”.
Sheet Length 88 inches, 2230mm., Sheet Depth 40 inches, 1030mm.
Full bricks on this sheet appear to be 200mm. long and 80mm. deep, these dimensions exclude mortar joints. If you can find them!
(This might look like stone, but please believe – it is very rough brickwork indeed!)
The general / average size of these stone blocks is 440mm. long and 200mm. deep coursing – mortar joints are extra.
Typical full bricks on this sheet are c.210mm long,60mm. high. Add on for mortar beds / joints.
This sheet looks particularly good on a cellar set. Just like brickwork that’s had “donkeys years” of distempering. This picture was from a very convincing set on “Jimmy Grimble” – looked nearly as threatening as Robert Carlisle!
A typical full brick is 220mm. long, 70mm. high. This excludes the thin mortar joints.
Note;- This sheet is time consuming to install due to it’s smooth face. Additional time should therefore be allowed in the estimating for installation process.
Full bricks on this sheet typically measure 170mm. long with a height of approximately 60mm. Add on for mortar joints, however on this sheet these are quite narrow.
Note;- This sheet is also time consuming to fit and finish. Please allow extra time in pricing for fitting and filling this design.
Full bricks on this sheet dimension approximately 230mm. long, they are 65mm. high. This omits the mortar joint.
This sheet was used some years ago to decorate a VERY 1970’s “modern” courtroom. It did the job very well indeed. This still is from that very production. Sorry – can’t remember the name!
Typical “full” brick on this sheet design is approximately 200mm. long, 60mm. high. This ignores mortar joints.
These bricks are “Flemish” bond. Omitting mortar beds these 220mm. long and 60mm. deep / high.
These bricks are very similar in appearance to those in “Nr. 467 Modern Brickwork” above, main differences are the brick bonding and depth of pointing, this has normal pointing, 467 above has very deep pointing.
Used several years ago in “51st. State” to very convincingly form a very deep concrete shaft. The sheets were placed vertically, that is opposite way to this illustration.
A typical full / complete brick on this sheet dimensions approximately 220mm. long and 65mm. high – excluding mortar joints.
Used as recently as April 2010 on a “Fire set” in Coronation Street to represent engineering brickwork.
Full / complete bricks here are approximately 220mm long and 80mm high – excluding mortar beds.
Note;- This sheet is “narrow and high”, i.e. it is “other way around” to most other designs.
The top 2 rows are 12″ high and vary from 8 “to 16” wide
The bottom row is 14″ and varies from13″ to17 ” wide
Difficult to give typical dimensions for this irregular design, but I’m informed 215mm long, 120mm high is the best estimate possible.
Sheet Length 82 inches, 2080mm. Sheet Depth 42 inches, 1060mm.
Stones on this sheet are approximately or typically xxxmm. long and xxxmm. deep (high)
A very typical North Country style of stone work.
This was taken from a high level farm building for the forthcoming TV “Jamaica Inn” – set in Cornwall!
Stones on this sheet are typically between 280mm. and 480mm.long and c.190mm. deep (high).
Sheet Length 82 inches, 2100mm.
Sheet Depth 33 inches, 850mm.
Stones on this sheet vary between 240mm. and 440m. long, courses are c.130mm. deep.
This illustration of installed stonework is from the 2013 television production “Emmerdale”.We took a mould off the actual location, spent A LOT of time reproducing
the whole damn 80’0″ long building
– then YTV set the lot on fire,
just for Christmas.
The lower image to the right, of course illustrates our sheets very expertly painted,
but also some details we supplied and fitted on set to exactly match the location.
Window heads, cills, sides, mullions, stone sting courses, stone pads and so very
much more. We can, naturally do this for you – please ask.
Bricks on this sheet are 220mm. long, courses are 70mm. deep – excluding mortar course.
This illustration of installed brickwork is from the 2013 television production “Peaky Blinders”, hopefully it will also be used on the 2014 production.
We took a mould off the original Liverpool location, it’s intended to represent 1915 inner city Birmingham.
A very typical North Country style of rough stone work.
This was taken from a high level building for the forthcoming TV “Beowulf Production 2015” – set in Newcastle Area!
This was taken for a production called Gunpowder in 2017 “See more”