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Pewter Tudor Lever Latch Set

Product Code: 33609
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Product Information

Pewter Tudor Lever Latch Set

 

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The shepherd's crook is a delicate and traditional design that is only achievable through the skills of our master blacksmiths.

  • Our Tudor handles are individually hand-forged from mild steel by our expert blacksmiths, making every product unique.
  • This handle is unsprung but has a stylish boss design to give both functionality & elegance.
  • Lever handle for internal doors where locking is not required.
  • Set includes 2 lever latch handles.
  • It can be used with a tubular mortice latch.
  • Supplied with matching SS bolt through fixings.

Product Finish

Our pewter patina finish is forged from a durable base of steel. It is a fine example of how our unique manufacturing techniques add further detail to the natural charm of metals. The process by which the contrasting textures of this finish are created results in a rich appearance that sits well in characterful, rustic homes and offers a contemporary alternative in more modern settings.

Maintenance & Care

This finish is very low maintenance and is suitable for use in bathrooms, kitchens and external purposes. Regular oiling of all moving parts using our ‘3-in-1 Oil’ (92337) is beneficial to the longevity of your products. This process is also highly recommended during initial installation. An oily cloth can also be used to wipe over the product from time to time to protect against exterior or environmental elements.

Specification

Type: Lever Latch
Range: Tudor

Dimensions

Backplate Size: 273mm x 40mm x 5mm
Handle Length: 125mm
Fixing Centres: 243mm

Delivery Times

Our Kitchen Accessories are usually dispatched within 24 hours of order. This will be confirmed after order. If you need an estimated time of delivery please call 01334 753003


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