Kevin O’Connor visits a metal shop to see how custom brass handrails are made for the outside staircase at Cape Ann
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A massive stone staircase makes quite a statement in the front of the Cape Ann house. Icing on the cake is a custom brass handrail that will sit on top of the stone. Kevin O’Connor meets with Jay Coughlin at a metal fabrication company to see the rails coming together.
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