Transitional design: Georgetown lever from Grandeur Hardware

The Georgetown lever from Grandeur Hardware was inspired by Federalist style and the signature rowhouses of its namesake district in Washington D.C.

The Georgetown lever has an elegant silhouette and balanced proportions that lend a sense of luxury and refinement, even if its clean lines and minimalist design add a contemporary vibe.

The Georgetown lever may be paired with a variety of backplates and rosettes to create a custom look. It measures 4 ¾" long with a projection of 2 5⁄8". Like all Grandeur products, the Georgetown is crafted from brass. It is suitable for both interior and exterior doors, and is available in seven finish options, including antique pewter, bronze, brass, brass and nickel.


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