The No 2013 Georgian lever incorporates molding details of 18th-century Neoclassicism. Here, a plain astragal defines the extremities of the tapering handle, which ends with an ogee-shaped dome. The ogee profile is repeated on the face of the rose. The understated classicism allows the design to be used in a variety of interiors. It can be used to operate tilt & turn windows and multi-point locking systems as well as traditional mortise locks. This lever, like many others, is available in an oversized version for front doors and can be paired with a selection of roses. The lever measures 4-1/8″ long with a projection of 2-7/8”. All Nanz plated and patinated finishes are available. It can be used to operate Tilt & Turn windows and Multi-Point locking systems as well as traditional mortise locks.