A striking Art Deco Letter Plate shown here in Chrome Plate. This is a fantastic example of classic Art Deco styling and has been authentically reproduced. Cast from solid brass or real bronze this Art Deco Letter plate is heavy duty, the flap itself is sprung loaded.
Beautifully handcrafted in the West Midlands to create real quality furniture. The base metal is either solid brass or real bronze and is available in a range of natural finishes, hand applied finishes or plated finishes. See images below.
There is a plain letter tidy to match, which is lightweight and easy to fit. It helps to reduce draughts and improve the appearance of the insideof the door, covering up the letter plate bolts. See picture - it is listed separately (product code 1808).
Supplied with all relevant fixings.
Art Deco Letter Plate
Overall Size - 254mm x 102mm
Aperture - 189mm x 50mm
All measurements are approximate and should be used as a guide only, this is due to the handcrafted nature of the products.
Most of the finishes available are Made to Order with a lead time of approximately 4 - 6 weeks, please contact us if you would like us to check stock before you order.
We aim to process orders within the first 24 hours and have your items dispatched within 1 – 2 days, providing items are in stock.
For made to order or bespoke items these need to be created so the time varies. Find out more on our Delivery Information page.
£4.75 – UK Mainland (not including Scottish Highlands, Scottish Islands, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands or other UK offshore locations)
£16.50 – Scottish Highlands, Scottish Islands, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands and other UK offshore locations
£28.00 – European Union Destinations
Please contact us for Non-European Union and Worldwide quotes.
In order to keep your products in peak condition, it’s important that they’re cared for properly. More information on how to look after your purchase, please see our Care Instructions page.
Atmospheric Conditions and Coastal Areas
Harsh environmental conditions and the salt in sea air will cause finishes to deteriorate prematurely. Read our Care Instructions on how to look after your purchase, and for our guide to which finishes are more suited to these conditions.
As with atmospheric conditions, high use, commercial environments will also cause finishes to deteriorate prematurely. Read our Care Instructions for details on how to look after your products in these environments.