Scotia Detailed Stair with Continuous Handrail

This traditional style stair in the Melbourne suburb of Toorak has cut-strings with scotia moulding to the underside of the step nosing. The continuous handrail that sits on square timber balusters that makes is unique. The handrail commences with a wreathing scroll over a cluster of balusters and bullnose tread.  Halfway-up the staircase at the change in direction, is a combination of two handcrafted handrail wreaths that, due to the staircase having winder steps and ascending quickly over this section, are extremely steep. To be able to execute this hand crafted technical element, as Signature Stairs has done here, requires years of training and experience in order to deliver. The level capping has a nosing to match the treads. This continuous handrail climbs, twists and turns seamlessly throughout, maintaining the profile of the handrail really well.

Stair Material:

Specifications: Closed stair, Closed wall strings, Cut outer strings with scotia mould, Treads and risers with Projection to front and outer string. The Material used are: Strings ex 38mm Pine; Treads ex 38mm Tasmanian Oak, Handrails ex 75x50mm Tasmanian.