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The Armac Martin Pedestal Mission Plate Handle has a stunning design that is made using a forged brass grip with solid turned post for a solid robust fit. It is a unique look that can be used in both Rustic and Modern surroundings. Following the theme of original Shaker furniture fittings, this handle has a hammered effect, used by the original Shaker Craftsmen. It has a small hole at each end of the plate for sturdy visible screw fixing. The handle s available in twenty-two finishes, so you are sure to find the right shade to suit your design.
The Mission Collection by Armac Martin is inspired by the American Mission furniture designs. The collection includes a tall pedestal plate handle and the Mission ring pull handle on backplate. This suite of fittings, when used together, can really look impressive on simple solid wood furniture, giving an authentic looking Arts and Crafts feel to your kitchen and home. Made from exclusive tooling developed and employed here in England.
Supplied in SINGLES. Complete with fixings.
A note regarding the antique brass finish – These products are created in a traditional foundry using solid forged or cast brass, which is then treated with a solution to naturally oxidize the metal. This dulls the brass finish to give the item an authentic appearance. Note that by nature of the way in which this is achieved, the finish may differ slightly from batch to batch, and may be darker than the image shown. If this is the case, and you would prefer the finish to be a lighter-coloured brass, they can be polished up with a metal cleaner such as ‘Brasso’. This is possible because the finish is left un-lacquered for authenticity.
Width: 39mm x Length: 87mm
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.