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Straight Lever Bathroom Set | From The Anvil
From $70.00
Antique PewterBeeswaxBlackPolished BrassPolished ChromeSatin Chrome+ 3 more
Reeded Lever Bathroom Set | From The Anvil
From $260.00
Aged BrassAged BronzePolished BronzePolished ChromePolished Nickel+ 2 more
Newbury Lever Bathroom Set | From The Anvil
From $260.00
Aged BrassAged BronzePolished BronzePolished ChromePolished Nickel+ 2 more
Hinton Lever Bathroom Set | From The Anvil
From $286.00
Aged BrassAged BronzePolished BronzePolished ChromePolished Nickel+ 2 more
Hammered Newbury Lever Bathroom Set | From The Anvil
From $273.00
Aged BrassAged BronzePolished BronzePolished ChromePolished Nickel+ 2 more
Avon Lever Bathroom Set | From The Anvil
From $135.00
Aged BrassAged BronzeBlackExternal BeeswaxPewter PatinaPolished BronzePolished ChromePolished Marine SS (316)Polished NickelSatin Marine SS (316)+ 7 more
What type of door handle should I use in my bathroom?

A lever bathroom set is the most common choice. This is a lever handle on a backplate which has a coin and release thumbturn below. The lever handle operates the latch, and the thumbturn operates the bathroom lock.

Alternatively, you could choose a lever on rose handle with a stand-alone thumbturn. This is a more contemporary look and gives more freedom regarding the position of the thumbturn.

In period properties, you could also use a rim latch (also called a bathroom latch) in conjunction with a door knob and latch.

What should I do if the thumbturn on my bathroom handle is on the wrong side of the door/my handle faces the wrong way?

All our bathroom lever handles have a fixed thumbturn. This means that for some bathrooms, the handle will be pointing in the wrong direction when positioning the thumbturn on the inside of the door. Don’t worry, as this can easily be changed by finding the washer/Circlip on the back of one of the handles and using a pair of Circlip pliers to remove it. At this point, you should be able to turn the lever to your desired position and return the washer. If you’re still confused, please get in touch with us and we’ll do our best to help you.

What is a coin and release thumbturn?

A coin and release thumbturn is a thumbturn with precautional safety features.

The thumbturn is present only on the interior side of the door. From this side, the user can lock and unlock the door by turning the thumbturn.

From the exterior side of the door, there is no thumbturn. Instead, there is a raised coin-shaped slot. During an emergency, a coin (or other similar shaped object) can be used to operate the slot and unlock the door from the outside. This is known as a coin and release mechanism.