Beautifully carved renaissance style oak staircase spindles (15 in total) reclaimed from Fawsley Hall, Northamptonshire, which was built in the 16th Century with later additions in 1732 and 1867/8. The six larger spindles with the swirling acanthus leaf designs are each roughly 28cm wide x 84 to 87cm high x 5.4cm deep. The five smaller spindles are each 15.3cm wide x 83.5cm high x 5.7cm deep. There are also two curved large spindles (26.6cm wide overall) and two curved smaller spindles (14.8cm wide overall). The total length of the spindles laid out as if in situ, with an approximate 15cm gap between each is below, the pitch angle is roughly 25°. One small spindle is a later replacement made from resin, others have some splits and chips as expected with age.
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