• Overlap Wrap Handrail 1
  • Overlap Wrap Handrail 2

Overlap Wrap Handrail

Overlap Wrap Handrails provide a distinctive, bespoke aesthetic for any stair, elevator, and door hardware. Originating in Europe, the craft of wrapping handrails in leather is an art form and the overlap wrap emphasizes the handcraftsmanship of these rails. The leather is cut in 3/4 to 1 in (2 to 2.5 cm) wide strips, shaved, and turned at the edges to allow for overlapping. The leather strips are then adhered to the handrail substrate. Customizable options include substrate material, leather type, and leather or stainless steel end caps.

  • Covering Content European cowhide
  • Substrate Options 1 3/4 in (4.5 cm) dia. Aluminum
  • 1 1/4 in (3.2 cm) dia. Stainless steel
  • 1 3/4 in (4.5 cm) dia. Stainless steel
  • End Cap Options Leather or Stainless steel
  • Mounting Bracket Option Stainless steel
  • Length Standard pricing applies to straight handrails of 10 lin ft (3 lin m) or more. Shorter lengths and any bends or curves must be quoted.
  • Maintenance For finished leathers, wipe with a cool, damp cloth. For tougher soiling, use a pH-balanced soap such as Dawn with a 1:10 ratio of soap to water and rinse. Repeat, if needed. Occasional use of Spinneybeck Finished Leather Cleaner, Conditioner & Protector is recommended. For naked (aniline) leathers, wipe entire surface with a soft cloth and cool water to even out any abrasions or stains. Do not spot rub, for it will darken only that area. Occasional use of Spinneybeck Aniline Leather Cleaner, Conditioner & Protector is recommended. Other leather cleaners such as saddle soap or household cleaners that may contain harsh chemicals, alcohol or ink removers should never be used.
  • Lead Time Made to order and certain lead times will apply
  • Installation Handrails should be fabricated off-site by an experienced metal fabricator or fabricated and manufactured by Spinneybeck. Installation services available through Spinneybeck.
  • Custom Embossed or perforated leather and curved rails must be quoted
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