A small, but very elegant spiral staircase, dating from the 'Belle Epoque' era. This model staircase is relatively highly decorated, compared to other model staircases with fully ornate balusters.
The original staircase was found and reclaimed in a French mansion in the village of Mirecourt. The mansion served as a violin workshop until 1956. In fact, Mirecourt is known for lace-making and the manufacture of musical instruments, particularly those of the violin family.
This model staircase is characterized by its small diameter of only 108cm. Ideal when it comes to save space to the maximum or to put somewhere where space is limited. The cast iron balusters as well as the decorative cap nuts give the staircase an elegant appearance.
The necessary height of the staircase can be obtained by multiplying the number of treads. The height of a tread is 195mm.
The overall diameter is 108cm. The staircase is available in two directions and rotation speeds: turning clockwise with 14 steps to the circle (full turn) and anti-clockwise with 12 steps to the circle.
The landing is the last tread, the exit of the staircase, connecting the staircase to the upper level. Three shapes are standard available: 1/6 round, straight corner and triangular. If necessary, a bespoke landing can be made.
The staircase weighs about 20kg per tread, all elements included, like the central axe, handrail and balusters. A staircase consisting of 13 stairs weighs 260kg though.
The staircase is delivered in raw loose parts without finishing. It is up to the client to choose the desired finishing: 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.
To secure the stairwell or the mezzanine additional handrail and balustrade balusters are available. The number of balusters is calculated based on the distance/space you want to keep in between the balusters.