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Traditional Iron Lever Door Handle · Kirkpatrick 2451 ·

£46.00

SKU: 2451-WK

HANDMADE IN THE UK 

SOLD AS A PAIR

THIS ITEM IS HANDMADE TO ORDER  (7 - 10 DAYS + DELIVERY)

The Lever Handle 2451 features a classic scalloped edge design and scroll handle making it the perfect finishing touch to any interior or exterior door.

If the traditional antique black finish is not in keeping with your taste, then this product is also available in our solid brass finish.

This style of handle is available in a Bathroom, Latch and Lock option. (Please note Lock is pictured)

The lever handle 2451 is spring loaded and has a two coat protective finish like all Kirkpatrick products, this lever handle is manufactured in Walsall using traditional sand casting methods.

Malleable iron is used as this is the toughest, most durable material available for a traditional product like this. A coat of black paint and then a second coat of black powder ensure that this product, like our other door and window furniture, will remain highly decorative and functional for many years to come.

BRASS FINISH

Our original and authentic patterns are used to produce our Cast Brass range, and after casting the components are polished and then assembled by hand, finally finished with a tough lacquer to offer protection against corrosion.

Key Features

Kirkpatrick Ironmongery

A collection of antique black ironmongery manufactured by Kirkpatrick Ltd.
A comprehensive range of products is available including lever handles, knockers and letter plates for your front door, matching fasteners and stays for your windows together with cupboard knobs and hat and coat hooks for interior use all at competitive prices.
All products are supplied in polythene bags and outer boxes with fixing screws and spindles included where necessary.
To prolong the life and appearance we recommend lightly lubricating any moving parts and also wiping over the surfaces with a lightly oiled cloth from time to time.