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Appliance Pull

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Appliance Pull, C855 Series

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Appliance Pull, Fiore

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Escutcheon

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Limited Editions

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Mission

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Modern Avalon

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Olde World

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Traditionalist

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ESTATE

When people say it's lonely at the top, they're definitely not talking about Baldwin Estate. This impressive top-of-the-line portfolio comes with plenty of company; everyone wants it. Estate includes seemingly infinite possibilities, elegant finishes and exclusive, custom styles. Estate is quality that feels custom-made, because it is.

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RESERVE

The Reserve portfolio is for people who want more. They're looking for more ways to express themselves with the distinctive look of Baldwin and find value in a company with more years of experience and a bona fide commitment to greater quality. Far beyond just a lock in a box, Reserve opens the door to a customizable world flowing with inspiration. And it's all ready to go whenever inspiration strikes because it's ready to ship in just 5-7 days. Reserve is the best of both worlds: accessibility and artful appeal. Make a lasting impression with Reserve.

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Handlesets

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Haute Moderne

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Krystal

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Moderne

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Rustico

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Rustico Grande

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Traditional

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LaForge

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1920s Collection

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Bronzes De France Art Deco

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Bronzes De France Las Cases Collection

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Bronzes De France Louxor Collection

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Dubois Collection

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Metropolis

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Art Deco - Post Modern

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Art Nouveau

Was a movement whose components tried to synthesize all the arts, in a determined attempt to create art, based on natural forms that could be mass-produced by the technologies of the industrial age.

The Art Nouveau emerged at the end of the 19th century and adapted twining plant forms to the needs of all decorative arts.

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Bauhaus

Created in Germany by Architect Walter Gropius, the Bauhaus school searches for solutions to contemporary problems by developing high quality utilitarian mass produced products as a way to cover vital needs for an impoverished post world war I Germany.

In the area of design, the study of handicraft was considered the natural way for artists to master the qualities of materials and form so that they could design well for mass production. In these respects, and in the minimizing of philosophy and other verbal disciplines, the Bauhaus was the earliest working example of much contemporary design education becoming a consulting center for industry and the trades.

Lack of ornament, pure function adapting design to the world of machines are some of the most evident characteristics of the Bauhaus school of art and design.

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Early 20th Century

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Francis I

The reign of Francis I is considered part of the first period in the development of French Renaissance and can be called the Italian period of ornament which belongs primarily to the area of Lombardy. Buildings are still designed in the gothic manner but dressed in renaissance style.

Examples can be found in the castles of the Loire valley. This style is full of ornamental sculptures highly influenced by Italian artists but nonetheless adjusted into the French manner.

Arabesque decorative motifs, introduced in France by the Arabs and Grotesque motifs coming from Italy are used during the entire French Renaissance period.

The emblems of the king like the Salamander and the letter F are constantly present in the designs as well as floral motifs that come out of human shapes and turn into letter forms. In this period there is an abundance of decoration, low and high relief are clearly defined and become deeply carved.

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Georgian-Anne

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Gothic

Originated by the Goths, this style followed the Romanesque style. Gothic architecture developed for the construction of religious buildings for the most part. More than any other style the Gothic is the result of a new structural design for entirely made stone buildings, therefore a purely architectural creation combining the art of geometry, engineering and physics.

The rib vaults and pointed arches serve as framework for Gothic skeletal construction. Slender skeletal structures permitted natural light to enter the buildings. In terms of decoration we can appreciate deep carvings using human figures and the entire medieval bestiary in stone, animals like gargoyles and monsters of all sorts along with floral motifs are represented constantly.

Gothic is perhaps the most architectural of all styles since it almost entirely developed for building design.

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Haussman - Directory

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III Empire

Geometric motifs including ancient roman symbols for industry, war and science are some of the wide variety of designs used during Napoleon's time in France.

The austere quality and the use of classical motifs and geometric vocabulary are present in most of this period's designs. Napoleon was a figure of romantically enlightened temperament and enormous ego, who embraced all links with the Classical past as a source of symbolic authority for his short-lived imperial state.

Neoclassicism was associated with everything from revolutionary aspirations for democratic purity to imperial ambitions for unshakable authority.

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Italian Renaissance

The projection of measured shapes, mathematical truth and formal beauty became conjoined in the minds of Renaissance artists.

The discovery of perspective in art and architecture changed the way artists perceived and depicted human life.

The word Renaissance refers to the revival of ancient Rome and classical antiquity. The use of mythical animals from classical times involving a delicate perception of their charm in a way still twigged with medieval romance is very much present during the Renaissance period.

The use of classical motifs, profusion of floral ornaments, the use of small animals, arabesques (floral motifs completely symmetrical with the shape of a candelabra) and grotesques (designs derived from antiquity discovered in Rome in the XV th. Century where the symmetry present in the arabesques disappears) as well as mythological creatures are some of the repertory used in terms of design along with high and low relief carvings.

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Louis XIV

The style of Louis the XIV is without any doubt the most distinguished and sumptuous for its decorative richness and impeccable taste. The wealth in the use of materials like gold, marble , crystal and gilded hand chiseled bronze is unparalleled. Ornament is abundant, but never overcharged. The quality of craftsmanship during this period is considered to be the highest ever in the history of French decorative arts. The most common decorative elements in this period are: The sun, shells , masks with rays (symbol of the sun king) along with the two L crossing each other as well as the use of military symbols like helmets. Plants are also used in the designs, specially laurel and acanthus leaves. Garlands of flowers are also frequent. The use of symmetry and straight lines will later become a great contrast between the style of Louis the XIV and the later Regency and Louis the XV periods. During the long and prosperous period of Louis the XIV all artistic academies where founded. The creative production and its influence all over Europe cannot be questioned, this is the reason why the reign of Louis the XIV is called the Grand Si cle.

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Louis XV

This style may be the most characteristic of the French baroque era. The lack of symmetry, the overabundance of shell motifs and twisted leaves makes this style extremely ornate.

The most important decorative element of this period is without any doubt the Rocaille . Checkered panels are also used. Designs are full of fantasy and abstraction that makes this period quite unique in itself.

The lack of symmetry of the shell type motif makes it blend with all the curves and become a complete visual experience that invites the eyes to flow dynamically. The style of Louis the XV reign is full of creativity, imagination and visual excess.

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Louis XVI

This style really began in the second part of the reign of Louis XV and expanded over the entire reign of Louis XVI. The origins of this style go back to the ruins of Pompeii and the Greco-Roman art, during this time archaeological sites were visited by architects that brought back new designs.

The revelation of Greek art around 1760 was critical in the development of this style. Louis XVI decoration followed the influence of two writers and thinkers of the time: Diderot and Rousseau, the first one brought simplicity and sensibility and the second one concentrated in the love of nature and the return to a simple life.

Rustic motifs like: land working utensils, baskets with flowers, hearts and arrows, ribbons, garlands with leaves and flowers, musical instruments, scientific instruments, oval shaped medallions and fire torches mixed with elements of antiquity like: beaded, rais-de coeur, Greek friezes and reed and ribbon details.

This style is a mix of archaic and naturalistic motifs as well as sentimental attributes, which account for its uniqueness and charm.

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Patagonia

We consider contemporary all styles developed during the 20th. century as a way to carry on some historical aesthetic in a subtle way, Hence our Haussman-Directory collection reflects a neo-French look. In the same way, our Early 20th Century collection reflects the contemporary crave for federal American simplicity.

Some other contemporary collections like Patagonia take on a more romantic approach into primitive forms. The Spanish wrought iron series tries to bring back Spanish colonial times into today s world searching for a new identity.

Our gothic collection becomes a modern interpretation of gothic architecture. Our stone and crystal collections are some of Fersa s contributions to the development of our trade into the 21st. century.

Fersa continues to elaborate new designs along with preserving period styles. Our factory and a professional team of designers present a new collection every year as a continous effort in the development of this ancient trade.

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Reed & Ribbon

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Regency

We can say that the French Rengency style, (Regence), began in the last part of Louis the XIV reign with a lighter decoration. The French Regency represents the transitional period between the reign of Louis the XIV and that of Louis the XV.

The use of the shell (called Coquille ), big flower arrangements and fabulous animals like dragons are the most characteristic of this time. Symmetry starts to disappear opening the way to curvilinear shapes that make the composition flow freely.

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Spanish

We consider contemporary all styles developed during the 20th. century as a way to carry on some historical aesthetic in a subtle way, Hence our Haussman-Directory collection reflects a neo-French look. In the same way, our Early 20th Century collection reflects the contemporary crave for federal American simplicity.

Some other contemporary collections like Patagonia take on a more romantic approach into primitive forms. The Spanish wrought iron series tries to bring back Spanish colonial times into today s world searching for a new identity.

Our gothic collection becomes a modern interpretation of gothic architecture. Our stone and crystal collections are some of Fersa s contributions to the development of our trade into the 21st. century.

Fersa continues to elaborate new designs along with preserving period styles. Our factory and a professional team of designers present a new collection every year as a continous effort in the development of this ancient trade.

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Stone Collection

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Door Stops

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California

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Colorado

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European Classic

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European Country

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Montana

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New York

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New York, California

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ARCHED

This classical arched design provides an elegant foundation for traditional hardware. The refined curves are highlighted by beveled edges.

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BORDEAUX

Intricate fleur-de-lis designs add a fanciful touch to Bordeaux. Fashioned from Rocky Mountain Hardware's unique "investment cast" or "lost wax" method, which yields richer and more refined detail than other processes, this collection is well suited for projects where a chic French touch is desired.

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BRIGGS

The Briggs Collection takes its design inspiration from a rich array of stylistic influences - from Moroccan grates to the door knobs of a cathedral built in the 1800s. The versatility of this collection is adaptable to today's eclectic styles, with each finish bringing a new mood to the design.

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CONVEX

Curvaceous. Clean. Classic. Convex embodies a collection that caters to both the modernist and traditionalist, and all aesthetic tastes in between. The arched centerline of the escutcheon serves as a simple yet alluring background for a sleek lever or thumblatch grip to rest.

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CORBEL ARCHED

Inspired by ornamental timepieces and jewelry dating decades before the roaring 20s, Corbel expresses an Edwardian-meets modern aesthetic apt for those looking for a sculptural statement maker. The collection-which is handcast using the "lost wax" method to truly capture the design's exquisite details-is available in rectangular or arched profiles.

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CORBEL RECTANGULAR

Inspired by ornamental timepieces and jewelry dating decades before the roaring 20s, Corbel expresses an Edwardian-meets modern aesthetic apt for those looking for a sculptural statement maker. The collection-which is handcast using the "lost wax" method to truly capture the design's exquisite details-is available in rectangular or arched profiles.

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CURVED

The slightly curved ends soften the rectangular shape making it suitable for either contemporary or traditional settings.

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DESIGNER - LEATHER

An innovative line that combines art-grade bronze with the rich beauty of Italian leather.

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DESIGNER - TEXTURES

New to the Designer Collection are seven solid bronze motifs varying in style from a faux-bois wood grain to a symmetrical tufted pattern.

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ELLIS

A collection that honors its traditional architectural heritage. Classic, ornate details are achieved through age-old investment casting techniques. The timeless beauty of bronze combined with elegant lines allow for seamless integration of style.

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FLEUR DE LIS

This iconic stylized lily has been a decorative motif in cultures ranging from ancient Mesopotamia to the French Monarchy. Regal in nature, the Fleur de Lis adds ornamental flair to traditional interiors.

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FLUTE

The Roger Thomas Collection, in collaboration with Rocky Mountain Hardware, present Flute'. Aptly named for the fluted detailing that characterizes ancient Corinthian columns, the collection captures Thomas' affinity for referencing classic architectural elements as seen through a modern day lens. Each piece is thoughtfully simple in shape, commanding in scale and textured to the touch. It is a design that fits comfortably in the hand and seamlessly into any style space, residential or commercial.

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HAMMERED

The Hammered collection harkens to the deft work of old world blacksmiths, and best reflects the premium the brand places on personal craftsmanship and attention to detail. The richly textured assortment was created from hand-carved molds to enliven the tactile surface of each piece.

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MACK

Geometrically pleasing, our Mack Collection is characterized by soft, angular planes that highlight the artistry of hand-cast bronze. Offered in an assortment of versatile profiles, each with a hand-applied patina that grows richer and deeper with age.

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MADDOX

This collection boasts an oval shape and refined beaded design that complements the traditional style of Colonial and Brownstone architecture. The fine details were achieved through the ancient method of a lost wax process, which allows the bronze to smoothly produce finer detail than sand-cast.

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METRO

This collection was thoughtfully designed to blend clean, simple elongated lines with the warmth of solid bronze.

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PARIS

In collaboration with renowned hospitality designer Roger Thomas comes our Paris Collection, a study in the historical styles from 17th and 18th century France. Cast from solid, art-grade bronze, Thomas has distilled the collection down to its purist form, stripping away extraneous details typical of the era to capture the timeless silhouettes presented in our collection.

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RECTANGULAR

The clean geometry of this rectangular shape makes a strong statement in contemporary or traditional settings. The simple handcrafted style recalls the beautiful Craftsman hardware of the early 20th century.

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ROUND & OVAL

The subtle bevel detail smoothly wraps both the round and oval escutcheons creating the prefect understated detail to complement any traditional style.

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Roger Thomas

Designed by renowned hospitality designer, Roger Thomas, it is reminiscent of historical styles from 17th and 18th century France with a sense of whimsy, romance and decorative flair.

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STEPPED

The stepped edge adds another level of detail to this classic rectangular shape. Formal in nature, it would add texture to a contemporary style or complete a more traditional style.

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Ted Boerner

Designed by Ted Boerner, respected San Francisco-based furniture designer, offers five new cabinet hardware collections, including chunky handles and asymmetrical knobs and pulls.

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Accent

The elegant wave-like design effortlessly matches a room's style without overshadowing it.null

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Addison

A distinguished look that incorporates subtle details without losing its classic simplicity.The Addison trim was inspired by Edwardian architecture-particularly the windows and window treatments associated with that style. A simple shape paired with thoughtful detail makes Addison an exceptionally appropriate choice for traditional homes.

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Andover

Traditional but versatile, with delicate details and a subtle hint of elegance.null

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Bell

An understated look that seamlessly blends into virtually any décor.null

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Birmingham

Ornately styled, sparing no attention to detail.null

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Bowery

Clean lines give a futuristic look that's as modern as it is stylish.null

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Broadway

The tubular design offers a tastefully reserved, yet high-style look.null

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Brookshire

Stand out with ornate details and an opulent design aesthetic.null

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Camelot

Our flagship trim can make any room charming and approachable.The Camelot trim blends colonial inspiration with Victorian Era edges for a versatile transitional finish.

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Century

The Century is chic, with a slightly curved shape that is simple yet imaginative.The Century trim is a Mid-Century Modern design, characterized by homes built between 1945 and 1980 and made popular in Southern Californian cities like Santa Monica.

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Georgian

Unassuming symmetry with modest detailing throughout.null

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Greenwich

A modern and stylish trim that lends a chic touch of simplicity to any space.The Greenwich trim has a subtle arch design with a Californian flair and was inspired by the look and feel of Mid-Century Modern homes.

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Latitude

Minimalist design with clean lines and rectangular features.null

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Manhattan

Clean lines and simple design bring a touch of elegance to any space.null

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Merano

A graceful curve makes this style as delicate as it is chic.null

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Northbrook

Imaginative and refined, offering a new view on minimalist design.null

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Plymouth

Bringing a fresh feeling to any space with a design that's charming, clean and adaptable.null

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Sacramento

Polished and playful, with an arched design that lends itself to almost any style.null

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Siena

The eye-catching oval shape gives it a unique and memorable look.null

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Standard

A simple style to suit any decor.

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Upland

A simplistic design that focuses on the beauty of its shape alone.The Upland trim takes significant style cues from the Bauhaus design movement, best known for open floor plans, functional furniture and smooth facades. This style was made popular in Germany and often featured a muted color palette of blacks, whites and greys.

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Wakefield

Soft and simple, bringing a warm, welcoming style to any room.The Wakefield trim is inspired by classic Federal-style homes made popular in towns like Arlington, Virginia. The Wakefield trim is the only trim in the Schlage product line based on an oval design.

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Forged Knob

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Sedona Drawer

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