What is Jesmonite®?

Jesmonite consists of a powder & liquid mix to cast into prepared moulds using a first layer & then layers of fibre matting to make a cast approximately 7-10mm thick, which creates a very light & strong product.

Jesmonite is considered durable, flame resistant, and resistant to impact. It can be used to fabricate both small and large objects. When mixed, it accepts coloured pigments and metal powders. Its surface can be finished to resemble many finishes including stone & metal.

Uses of Jesmonite?

  • Interior & Exterior use.
  • Facades.
  • Cornice.
  • Columns.
  • Architraves/Reveals.
  • Coping stones.
  • Quionstones.
  • Panelling.
  • And any other Architectural mouldings.


Advantages of Jesmonite?

  • Lightweight and durable.
  • Class o zero spread flame.
  • Intricate detailed designing.
  • Environmentally friendly.
  • Cost effective.
  • Free from toxic fumes.
  • Flexible, Durable & Lighter than traditional stone or sand & cement products. Therefore offers major construction savings.
  • Many standard finishes: Sandstone, Limestone, Portland Stone, Bath Stone and Oxidised Metals.
  • Can be matched to existing stone colours.


With our Mould Making & Manufacturing skills, we can deliver any shape or size to meet our client’s specifications.

After the casting mould has been designed, it can be used many times to replicate ornate details; this being very cost effective. This can also be used on new builds or used to dress an existing building.


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