Prima Original Forge Georgian Heavy Duty Black Cast Iron Letterplate 11" (279mm) GX16
The Prima Original Forge Georgian Heavy Duty Black Cast Iron Letterplate is a premium quality letterplate / letterbox, approx 11" x 3¾ (279mm x 95mm). The premium quality large letterplate will add class to your front door.
Please do not confuse this with cheap powder coated
door letterplates or painted zinc items. This is a premium quaity Antique Black Prima Heavy Duty Cast
Iron Large Sprung Letter Plate which is much higher quality and superior in performance.
Don't ruin your door with a cheap product. This is a vastly superior
product and is brought to you at an outrageously low price with our special
offer. The cost for these premium quality items is not much different to cheap alloy or zinc models from other sellers.
11" x 3¾ (279mm x 95mm)
- Premium branded Prima product
- Large letterplate
- Sprung flap
- Annealled Malleable Iron
Aperture / opening 8¼ x 1¾" (210mm x 44mm)
Bolt Centres 9¾" (245mm)
Hand cast and finished by craftsmen
Top quality black antique cast iron finish
- 5 year manufacturers guarantee
- Supplied with fittings
Sold individually (EACH)
Prima Antique Black Ironwork is
manufactured by craftsmen adopting the skills of a by-gone era. All of our
products are hand-cast and hand finished, something unique in the modern world
we live in today. However, old meets new when it comes to the finish. Once the
casting has been through an annealing process, an ultra modern rust deterrent
and paint is applied, resulting in a product of extreme elegance and durability
that will enhance the beauty of any home whether it is a period property or
Care of Prima Antique Black Ironwork
The black finish, by tradition, calls for matt
paint which in its natural form is slightly porous. The finish may be
maintained by dusting with a soft cloth or fine camel hair brush, together with
a periodic wipe with a lightly oiled cloth.
If the item is fitted externally follow the above
mentioned cleaning instructions, increasing the frequency of wiping with a
lightly oiled cloth. This should resist the harmful elements likely to cause
corrosion. After prolonged exposure to atmospheric conditions it may be
necessary to repaint the article. This can be done in accordance with
manufacturers instructions of any suitable exterior paint. The definition of
prolonged exposure will vary from weeks to years depending on the climate in
your region and the susceptibility to chemical emissions within the atmosphere.
Although paint breakdown may seem to be detrimental to the article it must be
emphasised that if the above is followed you may expect to maintain its original
appearance for many years.