Intersteel Door handle Bau-Stil on square rosette nickel / ebony matt black - Intersteel

Intersteel Bau-Stil handle stems from the currents from the thirties, which was characterized by Bauhaus and Jugendstil and is part of the Intersteel Living collection, fitting in the interior style Vintage & Retro.
Article number:
0018.038202
Availability:
In stock
Delivery time In Netherlands:
2 to 3 workdays

€111,00 SRP €95,00

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Intersteel Bau-Stil handle on a square rosette in matt nickel / ebony.

Door handle Bau-stil stems from the currents from the thirties, which were characterized by Bauhaus and Jugendstil and available in various designs.

This sleek handle on a square screwing rosette is made of matt black nickel / ebony.
This stool has been polished afterwards, giving it a shiny appearance.
In addition, this door handle complies with the European Standard EN1906, which focuses on, among other things, durability, strength and safety of door fittings. This door handle has been tested for intensive use and has been given user class three.

Intersteel handle Bau-Stil on square rosette - nickel / ebony matt black 0018.038202

  • On a square rosette
  • rosette size 55x55x8mm
  • rosette
  • supplied per pair
  • material brass, color nickel / ebony matt black
  • Door thickness: suitable for a door thickness of 38 - 42mm
  • Feathered
  • Package Contents:
    • set of door handles on rosette
    • mounting material for mounting
  • Interior style: Vintage & Retro
  • Collection: Intersteel Living
  • Intersteel Warranty: 10-year functionality warranty

 

 

The door handles from Intersteel in nickel have a classic look and can be combined with ebony. Because nickel cannot withstand external influences, we have no outside door fittings. You can best maintain nickel by using a soft dry cloth. Are you planning to paint your doors? Then we recommend removing the door hardware from the door and replacing it after five days. This gives the paint time to allow the volatile substances to evaporate, because these substances ensure that the paint layer becomes soft.

 

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