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Decorative Horizontal Brass Keyhole Escutcheon

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Full of flourishes, light beading and other small details, this horizontally elongated brass keyhole escutcheon has plenty of old world charm.

Decorative and functional, it's made in Indonesia and has a 3mm (1/8in) hole at either end through which you can attach it to your project using screws or brads (not included).

Alternatively, you can adapt it for steampunk jewellery or art assemblage.

You can find more escutcheons in my cabinet hardware section here - https://www.etsy.com/shop/Indounik?section_id=7349429

AT A GLANCE
Size: Approx 115mm (L) x 37mm (W) – 4 ½ in (L) x 1 ½ (W)
Keyhole size: Approx 14mm (L) x 7mm (W)
Thickness: Approx 4mm (1/8 inch)
Weight: Approx 33 grams
Pieces per pack: 1
Material: Brass
Shipping: This item will be shipped from Bali, Indonesia. I generally ship more quickly than the 3-5 days listed in my profile, and I refund on shipping overpayments in excess of $1

BACK STORY
Ornately-carved wooden doors are a common feature of Balinese architecture and truly offer a portal to another world.

Traditionally, the doors were made of kayu jati - teak - or kayu nangka – the wood of the jackfruit tree – and adorned the homes of Balinese royalty and the high caste Brahmana.

Nowadays, they can be found everywhere, including the entrance to your villa or homestay.

The doors are carved with motifs such as deities, shadow puppet characters, and fauna and flora, with the details often painted in bright colours with lots of golden touches.

If you're interested in Balinese architecture, visit the Bali Museum in Denpasar, the island's capital.

The word for “door” in Bahasa Indonesia is pintu.

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“Every age has a keyhole to which its eye is pasted.” ~ American author, critic and political activitist Mary McCarthy, June 21, 1912 – October 25, 1989
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Decorative Horizontal Brass Keyhole Escutcheon

Overview

  • Material: brass
  • Feedback: 1465 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Ubud, Indonesia
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