Few architects managed the transition from Roman to Grecian classicism as skilfully as Henry Holland. Doors on his projects are embellished with elegant classical designs, that simplified as his career developed. This pattern can be found in his late projects including Southill Park in Bedfordshire and The Albany, London’s – first apartments, completed by Holland in 1803.
The knob features an elegant backplate with invisible fixings. A matching escutcheon is also available. Seen here in Antique Brass and available in any of the standard metal finishes by Collier Webb.