Reproduction Victorian Brass Door hardware

Brass letter plates

 

L01

Georgian Letter plate

Aperture 190 x 40    Bolt Centre 220

  255 x 75(mm)

27

 

L01a

Georgian Letter plate

Aperture 207 x 44    Bolt Centre 240 277 x 96 25  
 

L02

Shaped Letter plate

Aperture 194 x 41     Bolt Centre 235

275 x 77

35


L03

Victorian Letter plate Aperture 190 x 40    Bolt Centre 225 255 x 75 35
L03b Victorian Letter plate Aperture 202 x 50     Bolt Centre 230 255 x 100 39

L03c Victorian Letter plate Aperture  310 x 102    Bolt Centre 265 310 x 102 45

 
L03d Victorian Letter plate Aperture 355 x 115    Bolt Centre 325 355 x 115 55

L03e Victorian Letter plate Aperture  405 x 125    Bolt Centre 375 405 x 125 79

 
L04 Vertical letter plate Aperture 150 x 35    Bolt Centre 189
Larger sizes available (please email)
230 x 65 35
 
L05 Edwardian Letter Plate Aperture 202 x 43   Bolt Centre 231 282 x 88 46
 
L06 Period letter plate Aperture 143 x 35    Bolt Centre 175 225 x 105 39  
L06a Period letter plate Aperture 220 x 48    Bolt Centre 255 303 x 150 49  
L07 Letter plate with handle Aperture 200x 50    Bolt Centre 230 255 x 100 63  
 
L07a Letter Plate - Handle Aperture 225 x 50 Bolt Centre 265 315 x 100 69  
L08 Gravity letter plate Aperture 265 x 45    Bolt Centre 330 415 x 82 55  
 
L09 'LETTERS' letter plate Aperture 170 x 50    Bolt Centre 207 240 x 113 45
 
L10 

 L10a

L10b

L10c
 

 Internal Door Tidy

 

 
 280 x 85

300 x 90

355 x 110

285 x 77

 


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22

31

25

 

 









           

Prices exclude vat

This polished brassware has been coated with lacquer and it should not be cleaned with abrasive metal polish or the lacquer coating will be damaged.
The life of the coating can be prolonged by regular application of wax polish. However, particularly on exterior door furniture, when the coating has broken down due to atmospheric exposure all remaining traces must be removed. Lacquer may be removed with Paint Stripper or Acetone. The item will then be in a suitable state for cleaning, polishing and maintaining with products listed in this section. A coat of transparent lacquer can be applied only if desired as lacquered brass generally requires more vigorous cleaning after a longer period than non-lacquered brass which may need moderate attention but more frequently. All Brassware has a tendency to tarnish if not cared for periodically.

 

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