Old Georgian Brass 'Urn' Shaped Door Knocker // vintage English heavy and handsome door furniture // stunning and substantial large knocker

$50.20
+ $13.95 shipping

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$50.20
+ $13.95 shipping
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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
Arrives from United Kingdom
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Very handsome and large Georgian Urn English Door Knocker.

Made in England in the first half of last century and cast in the old traditional methods to create a strong and substantial door knocker which gives a reassuring robust rap.

This would make any door or entranceway stand out, giving it an immediate 'Old English' look. Particularly if you prefer the Period type Properties of the Georgian, Edwardian and Victorian eras.

Measures 8" high and 4" wide or 20 x 10cms.

This will be well packaged and sent to your overseas home by tracked mail or Royal Mail Signed For in the UK.


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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
Arrives from United Kingdom
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