Beautiful pairs of antique pocket door plates, made by Russell & Erwin in their "De Bercy" pattern, circa 1890. The backplates feature a beautiful and intricately detailed design of leaves, volutes, and roping; remnants of their original japanned finish accent the plates throughout. Each pair includes one plate with a keyhole, and one without (enough hardware for one door.) Each escutcheon measures 8-3/8” tall by 2-1/4” wide. The pocket door plates are in very good condition with varying patinas (as pictured.) THE PRICE LISTED IS FOR EACH PAIR; THERE ARE TWO PAIRS AVAILABLE.
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