Here is an original Victorian cornice design. The ogee profile is was seen everywhere in the Victorian period - furniture, internal timber mouldings such as skirting boards & architraves and staircases. In fact almost anything made out of wood and incorporated into a Victorian home. It was also used in external architectural details such as door surrounds, decorative brick courses, coping stones and pillar caps
This design is slightly unusual in that it has a projection of 120mm and a drop of 100mm, meaning that it extends further across the ceiling than it extends down the wall. It also has a little more detail than many ogee coving designs, with a plain cove running across the top of the cornice and a curved moulding running along the bottom.
We have high quality pine ogee skirting boards and ogee architrave to match in our timber mouldings section, (internal link)
This cornice is supplied in 2.4M lengths and the price is per meter, please enter the number of meters you need into the quantity box and we will supply the correct number of lengths, we would recommend that you order 15% more than the linear measurement of your walls, to cover wastage.
A 25kg bag of coving adhesive would be enough for around 50-60m of this design.
**Our coving is priced per metre, not per length