Locking Reeded Fastener | From The Anvil

$72.00

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Finish
SKU: 83917

Description

This Reeded fastener is part of our Period collection. Featuring a classic regency design with a stylish reeded end, this product is suited to traditional and contemporary settings alike.

  • Our weighty Reeded fastener is forged from solid brass. The reeded part of the handle accentuates the hand finishing carried out by our expert craftsmen. A perfect design choice for any home, with many matching products available.
  • Designed to fit casement windows and to match the products in our Reeded range.
  • Features a reversible design and includes both mortice and hook plates for different fitting options.
  • Locking mechanism operates by way of grub screw.
  • Suitable for use with weather-stripped windows.
  • Supplied with matching SS wood screws.
Dimensions
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Finish
Our Aged Brass finish is intentionally tarnished using an accelerated ageing process that causes a dark patina to gather around the edges and recesses of the design. This rich colour offers a beautiful contrast against the repolished surface areas, offering an abundance of charm and character perfect for any period dwelling.
Care & Maintenance
This finish will continue to oxidise and age as it is an unlacquered finish, meaning the finish will darken over time. If the product becomes tarnished or too dark, it can be polished on all surface areas to enhance the finish. To restore and brighten the finish, we recommend polishing with a dry cloth or alternatively using our ‘Brasso’ (73102), which assists with the cleaning of solid brass products. Regular oiling of all moving parts using our ‘3-in-1 Oil’ (92337) is beneficial to the longevity of your products & highly recommended during initial installation. An oily cloth can also be used to wipe over the product from time to time to aid protection against exterior or environmental elements.
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