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Frelan Art Deco Door Handle On Plate - Polished Chrome

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** Currently out of stock until End July **
Priced From:
£13.80Inc. VAT

Product Description


Competitively priced and authentic JV254 Art Deco door furniture, available in polished chrome finishes.

The stepped detailing on the backplate and chunky lever is very much reminiscent of the 1920's Art Deco period.

  • quality manufacturing.
  • backplate measures 153x50mm wide max, tapering down to 39mm wide.
  • maximum projection from door is 48mm.
  • supplied with matching screws and spindle.
  • also available in satin chrome.
  • sprung.
  • JV253, JV254, JV255

Priced per set

Please select either latch, bathroom or keyhole lock furniture from the drop-down boxes above

Warranty Information

10 year mechanical warranty

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5 Reviews

  • 5
    Lovely handles

    Posted by Unknown on 15th Nov 2014

    Very well made, feel very tactile and work well in a modern home with a deco twist. Very well priced and first rate delivery times. Only issue is I had to enlarge the holes in the door for the lock spindle as the centre of the handles is slightly proud of the surface meaning the handles woudl not sit flat

  • 4
    Gorgeous handles

    Posted by Emma A on 12th Sep 2014

    Love these handles. Only reason haven't given 5 stars is because sprung part of handle stands slightly proud of door plate meaning you have to make a larger hole in the door to accommodate. Fast delivery and well packaged would definitely order again from here.

  • 4
    Art Deco with a twist!

    Posted by C. John on 14th Jun 2014

    Good value -the Art Deco style (slightly modernised) is a good replacement for the old 1936 originals.
    One problem: the round casing which contains the spring stands proud of the basic plate, making it difficult to get it flat on the door. Is it a solution to cut out a circle in the door to take the protrusion?

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 3rd Feb 2014

    Stylish design. Really need to use a level to to fit them so they look 'right', but a major improvement over the original retangular plates I replaced.

  • 5
    Art Deco, that's where it's at.

    Posted by Unknown on 2nd Nov 2012

    I just finished a complete remodelling of my house of my home and these were some of the finishing touches. All I can say is wow, I love them. Also at the cheapest I could find.