Spiral Stairs by Villa d’Or

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Spiral staircase Reims

A superb cast iron spiral staircase of which its origin dates from the Victorian era, around the year 1900. The staircase is sober on the one hand and subtly decorated on the other hand. By all means, the staircase is a witness (of the richness) of its time and French craftsmanship in particular.

Reclaimed in Reims, northern France, a stone's throw from Paris, Villa d'Or took back in production this magnificent piece of art which allows anyone nowadays to enrich his/her home which a staircase full of history and character.

Model Reims is available turning clockwise in two rotation speeds: with 12 or 14 treads to the circle.

Characteristics

The height

The client can determine the height of the staircase by multiplying the number of treads. The riser height is 190mm.

The width (diameter)

The diameter is (set at) 1670mm. The staircase turns clockwise and is available in two rotation speeds: 12 or 14 treads to the circle (360 degrees turn).

The landing

The landing is the last tread, the exit of the staircase, connecting the staircase to the upper floor. Three standard shapes are available: 1/6 round, straight corner and triangular. If necessary, a bespoke landing can be made.

The weight

The staircase weighs about 33kg per tread, all elements included, like the balusters, handrail and central axe, etc.

The finishing

The staircase is delivered in raw loose parts without any finish. It is up to the client to choose the desired finish: either to keep the raw appearance of the metal, to wax or to paint. A (metal) wax or matt paint (anthracite grey or black) can be ordered and delivered with.

The balustrade

To secure the stairwell, balcony or mezzanine there are additional balusters available in the same style as the staircase to make a balustrade. The number of balusters depends on the distance you want to keep in between the balusters.

Highlights

  • Art object of the Victorian era (around 1900)
  • Sober and rich atmosphere and fits almost any interior
  • Space winning compared to straight staircases
  • Additional balusters available to make a railing/balustrade
  • Adds value to the building
  • Easy assembly (assembly instructions are delivered with)
  • Can be used indoors as well as outdoors

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Select the rotation speed and indicate the height between the two finished floors (in cms).

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