A very heavy solid bronze or brass stair railing in the manner of Victor Horta (Belgian, 1861-1947). See: Solvay Hotel (Brussels, 1895-1900). We have removed it from a demolition of a 1970 house constructed with antique salvage, so its origin is unknown. Note the superb craftsmanship and design with flowing whiplash and curves only found in the finest art nouveau architecture. We have retained the solid oak stairway to show how it was attached, and what the angle was when there are two panels. It includes one angled and one straight panel for the landing. A true once in a lifetime find.
Width 79 Depth 207 Height 137 in.
(As assembled now) First step: Width 73 in., Stairs: Width 62 in., Tread: Depth 13.5 in., Riser: Height 6.75 in., Handrail: Height 34-37 in., Bronze strapwork: Width 0.75 Depth 0.375 in., Steps: 14 in. as built, but 2-3 more steps possible with angled second panel.
Note: it was removed from a demolition site, resulting in some losses and wear. It can be disassembled further for shipping.