The Hinton handle is part of the period range of window furniture.
A decorative Georgian design that will suit any setting.
Our weighty Hinton window handle range is forged from solid brass which emphasises the high quality materials and manufacturing techniques used.
A perfect design choice to use throughout your property with many other matching products available.
Designed to fit any type of window, including uPVC and timber due to its slim fixing plate.
Can be matched with the Hinton stays and door handles in the range.
The product is handed and therefore care needs to be taken when choosing the correct hand.
From the inside view, if your window is hinged on the right then a right-hand fastener is required.
They have a 7mm x 40mm spindle and can be locked by way of a grub screw.
Can be used with an espagnolette gearbox & window lock.
Supplied with matching SS M5 screws.
Our polished nickel finish is a high-quality plating applied to solid brass. This finish is bright, reflective and extremely versatile. It is very well suited to modern properties but equally matched to traditional settings due to the warm, calm tones. As our nickel finish is made using only one plating on brass, it offers a subtle warmth that cannot be replicated by more modern chrome finishes.
Orders under €150 - €11.25 incl vat
Orders over €150 - Free Delivery
Collection - Free
Customers are free to collect from The Forge, T12 W72X. If you choose to collect your order, we will notify you when goods are ready for collection.
Our stock is primarily shipped by Fastway, DPD or DHL depending on location. If your order contains a mix of products they will be dispatched altogether. The delivery will be determined by the product with the longest delivery time.
We keep a large collection of Door & Window hardware in stock.*
Deliveries within Ireland take between 1-2 working days after an order has been placed.*
Subject to stock availability. Please enquire on product availability to ensure no delays.
Please contact us for delivery options outside of Ireland.