Eccles: Plaster Coving, Cornice and Roses

Eccles, a charming area in North West England, is renowned for its rich historical housing stock. The picturesque streets are adorned with beautiful Victorian, Edwardian, and Georgian houses, exuding timeless elegance. The architectural details, from intricate plasterwork to grand bay windows, showcase the area's unique character. Nestled alongside the tranquil waters of the Manchester Ship Canal, Eccles boasts a delightful blend of stunning buildings and scenic landscapes. Homeowners in Eccles take great pride in preserving the heritage and charm of their period houses, making it the perfect location for our exceptional range of high-quality, traditionally made plaster coving, cornice, and ceiling roses.

At Plaster Ceiling Roses, we understand the importance of enhancing the interior of these exquisite period houses. Our meticulously crafted plaster coving, cornice, and ceiling roses, all handcrafted to perfection, add a touch of opulence and sophistication to any room. With our extensive range, we offer homeowners in Eccles the opportunity to complete their interior decoration with ease. Whether you desire intricate Victorian designs or elegant Georgian styles, our products are sure to complement your home's unique architectural features. We take pride in keeping all items in stock, ensuring fast delivery with no long lead times. Additionally, for your convenience, goods can be collected from our Stockport counter. Don't let your interior decoration remain incomplete without our exceptional plasterwork.

Whatever type of property you have in Eccles, we are sure you will find the right plaster coving on our site, for any further information please contact us:

Phone us directly on 01615240862

Alternatively you can email us directly at

Delivery to Eccles

Whilst we deliver across the entire Borough we often deliver to the following areas and surrounding areas:

Worsley (M28), Monton (M30), Ellesmere Park (M30), Roe Green (M28), Barton-upon-Irwell (M30), Peel Green (M30), Patricroft (M30)