Plaster detailing Help please
Our 1925 Spanish Revival bungalow has intricate plasterwork throughout the house. On the ceiling, on the walls etc. It's one of the reasons we fell in love with the house. I've attached a picture as an example. We are creating a master bathroom out of a bedroom, and I'd like to add a few elements in there for continuity sake. Problem is, all the plaster work I've seen on the internet and in books is too fancy, not like ours. I've heard of this work referred to as "Wedding Cake" plaster detail, because it looks like the piping on a cake, but I have only seen it in one other Spanish Revival house we looked at. Does anyone know a more formal word for this work? Any idea where I'd go to get similar molds? Is it a true Spanish style, or is it more Italian? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
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