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The ultimate indulgence, an antique staircase provides opulence, glamour and drama to an entrance hall. Whether it is a straight stone staircase or a curved spiral archetype from Provence, Burgundy or Paris that catches the imagination, this structural element showcases the feat of an antiquated craft.

Erected as a single piece or in components, colums are used for support as well as decoration. Many architects look to Stonehenge as the pioneer and prehistoric example of this structural element.