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Decorative Railing
Garden Restaurant
Art Institute of Chicago; Chicago, IL, USA

Commissioned through Walsh Bishop

Powder coated steel, stainless steel, granite insets, cherry wood rail & historic decorative cast iron baluster

Railing uses authentic & restored balusters from 1899 by the famed Chicago Architect - - Louis Sullivan, The carved cast iron, copper plated balusters, now part of the museum's prized Architecture Collection, were originally designed for a processional stair inside Chicago's now famous Schlesinger & Mayer Department Store

42H   W varies   10D  inches, © 2004 (WB)

This furniture project reproduced herein appears with the permission of Durrant. All photos by Dana Wheelock, Wheelock Photography