The No 2111 French bull’s eye lever, designed by Steven Sclaroff, is based upon 19th-century levers and features a large bull’s eye center and tapered handle with an ogee profile. The roses curving forms repeat the ogee and astragal motif. Slightly simpler than old French examples, it is perfect for either 19th or 20th century settings. It can be used in combination with the companion French bull’s eye knob, No 1011. This handle can be used with traditional full-mortise locksets or manufactured for use with multi-point doors and tilt & turn windows. Recommended finishes include burnished brass, dark oxidized bronze, chrome, nickel or silver plate and antique gold finishes, though all Nanz plated and patinated finishes can be provided. It is 4-1/8″ long with a projection of 2-1/2”.