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Chelsea White Porcelain Painted Flowers Bi-Fold Door Knob And Brass Backplate D31-356CHSBT
Chelsea White Porcelain Painted Flowers Bi-Fold Door Knob And Brass Backplate D31-356CHSBT
Chelsea White Porcelain  Painted Flowers Bi-Fold Door Knob And Brass Backplate D31-356CHSBT
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Chelsea Suite Collection from Gainsborough.

White porcelain bi-fold knob with flowers with brass backplate will

dress up your bi-fold door.

Founded in 1967, Gainsborough is a world leader in the design,

manufacture and distribution of quality hardware.


Features:

  • Strength with style
  • Genuine porcelain knobs,double-fired using the finest

    Australian clays and glazes

  • 10 Year Factory Warranty
  • Matching Door Knobs and Cabinet Knobs Available


Knob is 1 7/8" diameter and the backplate is 1 7/8" diameter.

Gainsborough made in Australia
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