Done in the Rococo style first
popular in France c. 1730’s and spreading over Europe and England during the Victorian era, the Rococo style often embraced three dimensional mirrored finishes, combined with a whimsical combination of shells, flowers, ribb
This plate, made popular during the
Art Deco period c. 1910-1940, is actually a reproduction of the Russell Erwin plate shown in their catalog of 1897. All BRASS Accents finishes are hand-rubbed and assembled in USA. Top surface 2" x 9-3/8".
The Oxford plate is created in
the Sergeant & Co. Belfort pattern, circa 1894. Designed from the Gothic style popular at the turn of the 20th century. Price includes Premium Plus finish (10 year warranty on the finish).All BRASS Accents finishes is ha ...