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Antique Door Knobs and Handles

Finishing touches like door handles can sometimes be overlooked when decorating a home. But, the right sort of flourishes like this can make all the difference. The best way to start is to think about the style you're aiming for. Often, you can search by broader terms, like the period of your home for example.

Because you'll be looking specifically at used items, they'll include genuine vintage pieces. The prices can vary, but you'll often be able to find affordable options in any style.

Art Deco

Art Deco is one of the most enduringly popular styles for homes. Door knobs and handles can span the decades in terms of origin and price. To give you some inspiration, typical items include original Wilbec Lucite chrome plated handles, brass finger push plates, and Bakelite brass plates for your door knobs.

Art Nouveau

Art Nouveau handles come in almost any material, including brass, copper, bronze, iron and wood. Styles are typically highly decorative and romantic, which will add a touch of glamour to any home. You'll find ornate pull handles, pretty finger plates, and interesting, retro designs like light bulb door handles.

Edwardian

Flamboyant and beautiful, Edwardian styles, in general, were a show of new found wealth in the middle classes. Even items like door handles were paid special attention, and you'll find any Edwardian or Edwardian inspired pieces will be exquisitely designed. Examples range from more simplistic oval-shaped handles to embossed push plates and brass figurine door knobs.

Victorian

Almost every design feature in Victorian homes was treated with love. Making things look wonderful and flaunting new techniques and technological advancement was central to every design. If you have a Victorian home, an authentic door knob will pay homage to its history. Symmetrical, round wooden handles are one option, along with unique ceramic styles and old solid brass knobs with black rims.

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