The tapering profile of the No 2125 lever is framed by a beaded astragal between the shank and the handle and at the juncture of the broad fillet band and the domed end. A beaded astragal also circles the rose. Pearl beading was one of the devices used by Robert Adam in the 18th century to enrich his neoclassical interiors. The design balances simplicity of profile with richness of ornamentation. This handle can be used with traditional full-mortise locksets or can be manufactured for use with multi-point doors as well as tilt & turn windows. Recommended finishes include antique silver, burnished brass, pewter, dark oxidized bronze, and antique brass, though all Nanz plated and patinated finishes are available. The lever measures 4-1/8″ long with a projection of 2-7/8″.