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Door Finger Plates


A matching series of Edwardian white ironstone ceramic door plates.

We have only 7, and are selling these individually at £28 each.


Door fingerplates, also known as door plates and push plates, appeared in the 19th century and were very much part of Victorian door furniture and remained in vogue right through to the early twentieth century. They served to prevent unwanted marks from the daily contact of fingers pushing open and closing doors and were positioned just below the door handle. They are still relevant today, and will give any door a face-lift – a good smarten up.

Year of manufacture: c.1900

Origin: England

Material: Ceramic

Height 28cm  Width 7.5cm  

Condition: excellent

What do we mean by vintage ironstone and creamware?