Alexander and Wilks Spitfire Reeded Door Handle on Rose - Pair

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Description

The Spitfire door handle features a stylish reeded textured lever, against a T-bar cylindric stem silhouette, finished with a plain round rose. This contemporary lever door handle has a simple yet decorative industrial-inspired design, leaving a thoroughly modern and luxurious impression. Inspired by the incredibly successful WWII aircraft, the Spitfire. The Spitfire had a groundbreaking design and superior specifications including a quality Rolls-Royce engine. The Spitfire became a symbol of victory after WWII, due to the decisive advantage it gave the British forces. The tactile reeded barrel of the lever provides easy grip and is wear-and-tear resistant. Evoking the ridged texture of a coin edge, contemporary reeded and ribbed trends are powerful when featured on metal hardware.

Created from a base of solid brass, these levers are available in a range of finishes: Antique Brass, Satin Brass PVD, Polished Nickel PVD, Dark Bronze PVD and Black.

Alexander & Wilks represents the very best of architectural hardware and ironmongery. Using both time-honoured craftsmen's skills, combined with the latest computer-aided precision manufacturing, results in a collection of beautifully made items with flawless results.

Supplied in PAIRS with fixings.

Alexander & Wilks PVD products come with a 25-year finish guarantee.

Dimensions

Rose Diameter - 50mm 
Rose Depth -
6mm
Lever Length
-142mm
Projection - 64mm

Finish Options

Delivery

NEXT DAY DELIVERY (on orders placed before 1pm)

NOTE: If your order contains a mix of products they will be despatched altogether. The delivery will be determined by the product with the longest delivery time. For more info see delivery page.

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