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jeremy k

These are some door handles I had been working on. Total length 18" forged from 13-1/2" of 3/4" square stock. - JK


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Great proportions! Can you post a side view, please. I'm curious how the standoff/collar transistion is handled. I like the veining in the twists, very smooth! Steve Tribett

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The standoffs are pcs of 1/2" sqaure chiseled on all 4 sides lengthwise and are 1-3/4" long tig welded to the back of the collars and to the mounting plate. Also, the picture is deceiving - they are both 18" long. Thanks - JK

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Very nice Jeremy, they would look awesome on a pair of large wooden doors. Are the facets at the ends done by hand or power hammer? I've been thinking about that feature on some wall sconces.

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Thank You everyone for your compliments

Ian - the ends are done by hand/treadle hammer, and yes they went on large wood covered refrigerator doors - 6ft wide refrigerator.

Peter - the stand offs are welded to the collar

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