From the Anvil Regency Door Handle on Plain Rose - Pair

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Description

From The Anvil Regency Lever On Rose is a popular choice for many properties and features a decorative rounded lever, on a simple round rose.
These door handles are available in both sprung and unsprung versions and can be used with a multitude of standard locks, euro locks, latches, escutcheons & thumbturns for various uses within the home.
These regency handles are designed to match the regency range of window furniture.
Available below in – 
Black - This black finish is a popular choice in traditional settings, as it has a subtle sheen. It is baked in a high-temperature oven giving it durable corrosion resistant properties.
External Beeswax -  External beeswax is unique to From the Anvil and is manufactured from an anti-corrosive beeswax.  It has a matt richness and like the standard beeswax, the depth of colour ranges from blue to deep red ochre.  An extremely natural finish and a far softer alternative to a black powder coated finish.
Pewter patina - Pewter Patina is elegant and beautifully highlights the texture of the steel. Stylish and modern, it is equally suited to a new home as well as a period one. It has excellent anti-corrosion properties. Externally this finish requires no more than an occasional cleaning with a damp cloth. If you want maintenance free finish combined with a superb natural metal colour then pewter patina is ideal.
Supplied in PAIRS with fixings.

Dimensions

Rose Diameter - 53mm 
Rose Depth - 8mm
Lever Length - 131mm
Projection - 67mm

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Delivery

2 – 3 Working Days

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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