Door Pull Handles

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Gothic D Handle | From The Anvil
From $14.00
BeeswaxPewter PatinaBlackExternal Beeswax+ 1 more
Bean D Handle | From The Anvil
From $19.00
BeeswaxPewter PatinaBlackExternal Beeswax+ 1 more
Art Deco Pull Handle on Backplate | From The Anvil
From $274.00
Aged BrassAged BronzePolished BronzePolished ChromePolished Nickel+ 2 more
T Bar Handle B2B Fix 32mm dia | From The Anvil
From $260.00
Aged BrassMatt BlackPolished Marine SS (316)Satin Marine SS (316)+ 1 more
T Bar Handle Bolt Fix 32mm dia | From The Anvil
From $130.00
Aged BrassMatt BlackPolished Marine SS (316)Satin Marine SS (316)+ 1 more
T Bar Handle Secret Fix 32mm dia | From The Anvil
From $130.00
Aged BrassMatt BlackPolished Marine SS (316)Satin Marine SS (316)+ 1 more
(304) 100mm Bolt Fixings for T Bar (2) | From The Anvil
From $20.00
Aged BrassMatt BlackPolished Stainless SteelSatin Stainless Steel+ 1 more
Art Deco Pull Handle | From The Anvil
From $130.00
Aged BrassAged BronzePolished BronzePolished ChromePolished Nickel+ 2 more
When should I use a pull handle?

Pull handles can be used for various purposes.

Modern and contemporary homes often use a large pull handle on an exterior door, in conjunction with a deadlock.

Pull handles can also be used on fridges, wardrobes, and cupboard doors which only require opening from one side.

Commercial interiors and public buildings also frequently use pull handles, particularly on double doors.

When choosing to use pull handles externally, make sure you pick a finish which can withstand damp environments (Stainless Steel is an excellent choice).

Can I change the look of my pull handles?

With many of our T bar pull handles, the standard end cap can be removed and replaced with any of our curtain finials. This is ideal for adding a personal touch to your interior, and for coordinating with your curtain hardware and other ironmongery.

How do I fit a pull handle?

We offer various pull handles with different fitting styles (including bolt fix, secret fix, and B2B fix) but in general, the pull handle will be attached via one screw at the top and another at the bottom of the handle.

Each pull handle is supplied with the necessary fixings.