Named after James Wyatt, England’s most successful architect of the late 18th Century. Wyatt, a neoclassical architect who in his early career had worked on the interiors of Heaton Hall in Manchester and Heveningham Hall in Suffolk. Renowned for his later neo-Gothic work, Wyatt was responsible for Fonthill Abbey, Wiltshire and Ashridge, Hertfordshire that were later regarded as landmarks of the Gothic revival in England. This knob, supplied to a number of his projects, demonstrates a concern for beauty and practicality. It has no visible screws in the backplate and is well-scaled in the hand. Pictured here in Antique Brass and available in any one of the Collier Webb metal colours and patina’s.