Spiral staircase GRENOBLE

The Grenoble spiral staircase was originally made by the company Jay & Jalliffier located in Grenoble, France. The company was founded in 1884. Unfortunately, little is known about this company. At that time, situated on Rue Ampere, the company had an area of no less than 10,000 m2, of which 8,000 m2 covered. Jay & Jalliffier was specialized in metal works, such as elevators, shutters and stairs.

This type of staircase is also called a ‘bistro’ staircase (French name for pub), due to its size and locations (like bars, pubs and coffee shops) where it was often installed and found.

Villa d’Or took back in production this architectural masterpiece, consisting of wooden (oak) treads and risers with cast iron and steel elements. Villa d’Or offers exactly the same two versions as back then by Jay & Jallifier, namely the standard and the deluxe version .


Riser height

: 131cm (4’ 3.6”)
: 20cm (7.9”)
: 33kg / 73 pounds (lbs) per tread

Available configurations:
1. Clockwise with a rotation speed of 25.71 degrees per tread
2. Anti-clockwise with a rotation speed of 25.71 degrees per tread

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