PAIR ANTIQUE BRONZE DOOR PULLS
A very fine quality pair of English Art Deco door pulls. They are very imposing and stand nearly 18″ tall and will make an eye-catching statement upon a pair of period doors. They are almost certainly one of the finest pairs available online dating from the 1930’s.
These pull handles made in bronze have geometric type back plates and octagonal grab handles indicative of the height of the Art Deco period. Every aspect of them shouts sensational quality, from the heavy gauge of the metal, through to the aesthetic appeal, the charming fixing bolts and the fabulous design details such as the deeply cast chevrons on the octagonal pulls. Please note that the chevrons are in differing directions on each handle.
The handles come with the original fixing bolts (with beautiful lozenge shaped heads) if you wish to install them – please note that these are designed to be used to bolt through one door (handle on each side). It may be possible to use them to fix the handles onto (one side of) two doors, but extra captive nuts or more threaded tubes would need to be set into the doors. If in doubt consult a carpenter or competent handyman. Alternatively dome headed screws could be used instead. Each backplate has 6 fixing holes. For installation shallow holes will need to be drilled in the surface of the doors (two per handle) to accommodate the fixing threads and securing nuts which attach the pull handles to the rear of the backplates.
Condition. Very good condition. The handles have recently been professionally and carefully cleaned. The rear of the handles have genuine antique colour and tarnish. Bolt-though fixings are supplied (see picture) for installation on one door.
Dimensions per handle:
Height: 45 cm (17-3/4″)
Width: 7.7 cm (3″)
Projection: 6.4 cm (2-1/2″)
Weight: 3.357 kg including fixings
Stock number: AC2679
PRICE: £750 inc UK shipping
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