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Thanks to the Industrial Revolution, intricate spindles, newel posts and columns were all spun by the thousands on mechanical lathes, then offered in catalogs to prospective owners.
The owner used his highest end fixtures in the home. Don't miss the amazing door hardware throughout or the Aurora newel post lamp.
Fortunately, original features were preserved underneath these midcentury materials, and torn out moldings, mantels, balusters, newels, pilasters and built-in cabinets were found in scrap piles in the basement.
The coffered ceiling has a new color scheme accented by torchiere lamps beaming up from the balcony's newel posts.
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