Palladian Push & Pull Collection
The term “Palladian” comes from Andrea Palladio, a Renaissance architect whose work inspired some of the greatest buildings in Europe and the United States, most notably in the buildings designed by Thomas Jefferson, including his own home, Monticello. The classic Palladian shape is a central semicircular arch flanked on each side by strong rectangular pillasters.
- • This classic Baroque plate shows best in the solid finishes like polished brass, polished chrome, oil rubbed bronze, satin & polished nickel.
- • All BRASS Accents finishes are hand-rubbed and assembled in USA.
- • Sold as complete set including matching mounting screws with C02-P7990 pull handle (page 47.)
|A07-P0240||Traditional Push Plate|
|A07-P0241||Traditional Pull with Back Plate|
Pull Plates are shipped surface mount with wood screws. For through-the-door mounting of Pull Plates up to 1-3/4″ thick doors, please specify clearly on order for proper screws. On doors thicker than 1-3/4″ and up to 2-1/2″ thick, add $4.00 list per pair of screws.