Finger plates or push plates from The Door Knocker Company are mostly cast in the UK using traditional methods and authentic period patterns. The brass finger plates are polished and left unlacquered, just as they would have been when they were first made.
Finger plates were primarily used, in the Victorian era, to keep the paint-work clean where the door is most often pushed open or closed. Now, finger plates are a great way to decorate the door and re-create the look of a by-gone era.
Our finger plates are all made from brass and most of them are cast, though three designs are made from pressed brass, another traditional method of making fingerplates.
Our door plate designs and sizes are far ranging to suit most period property renovations and door panel sizes