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Original vs Sekelskifte
In the picture you see an original handle from 1880 on the left, found in a basement on Strandvägen in Stockholm. The tight one is newly produced door handle made after an old model from Otto Meyer.
In the late 19th century, the door handles were often coniformed and made of metal with a black painted wooden sleeve that ended with a small knot. The escutheons were usually round and fitted with a clapper for the keyhole itself.
New for the turn of the century 1900 was the door handles with a softer and more grip-friendly shape, but of course the typical handles with cone shape from the 19th century were still common. The back plats became more common and they could often have a more curved shape on top and bottom. By 1910, both back plates and round escutheons were used under the handle. The typical door handles from this time are often has a clean shape, made in brass.
The characteristic post horn handle that was popular in the early 19th century came back to fashion during the 1920s. Most commonly, the simple nickel-plated door handles were fitted with separate escutheons but back plates and oval door knobs also occurred. The latest fashion in the door fittings for this time is the coil-shaped handle with black-wood sleeve that becomes very popular during the 20's.
When you buy a door pressure from us, you can choose if the door handle should be delivered with wood screws (for old original doors) or through-bolt that fit modern doors with 4 cm hole. If you have a modern door with a large hole (40 mm diameter) you can also use a coverplate in wood as a filling and then assemble with standard wood screws. The cover plate is glued to the door holes, with horizontal aperture on the handle’s position and with vertical aperture in the key-plate’s position.