These balusters were actually turned by a friend of mine in Massachusetts. I designed them to replicate those in the Silas Dean Museum – a historical home named after Mr Dean (he was apparently some significant American figure). Staircrafters in Washington State installed the three stairways and graciously sent final pictures (before the painters got to them).


There are actually three different balusters here – a plain, a barley twist and a fluted twist.

alternating balusters


The last stairway to the third floor has plain only

plain balusters

A close up right off the lathe.


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