The Draycott Letter Plate is a simple and traditional design that has the added feature of a Postal Knocker. Perfect for Edwardian Front Doors in particular, but will also suit Victorian properties, Country Homes and Cottages.
The letter plate is well proportioned and the aperture can accommodate most of the modern day post requirements. Please note that A4 letters and magazines will need to be bent in order to post through the flap.
The letter plate can be bought on its own or with a matching letter tidy. The letter tidy helps to neaten the inside of the door, so that the opening and fixing bolts are not visible and helps to keep the draught out.
Available in either Antique Black or Argent finishes, this will look really stunning on either natural wood or painted doors.
These high quality British products are made by Kirkpatrick, in the West Midlands. Each piece of ironmongery is crafted, by hand, in their factory over a six week period. Using malleable iron, for it's strength and durability
Antique Black Finish - A stippled and slightly glossy black iron finish, powder coated and stove baked to form a durable and hard wearing finish. To help protect against corrosion we recommend wiping with a lightly oiled cloth from time to time, this will help to remove any harmful deposits. An occasional application of a three-in-one lubricant to moving parts is also advisable.
Argent Finish - A slightly stippled 'naked' silver metal finish which creates subtle highlights in differing lights. Not to be confused with a Pewter finish, this Argent finish is a bare metal finish with a coat of clear lacquer applied for protection. To help protect against corrosion we recommend wiping with a good quality beeswax. An occasional application of a three-in-one lubricant to moving parts is also advisable.
Supplied with necessary fixings.
Draycott Letter Plate Dimensions
- Overall Size - 295 x 108mm
- Opening - 203 x 44mm
- Bolt Centres - 254mm
- Overall Size - 292 x 76mm
Due to the hand crafted nature of the products all measurements are approximate. These should be used as a guide only.
Lead time can be 1 - 3 weeks.