The No 2532 lever owes its form to the Renaissance Revival of the 19th century. Inspired by strapwork decoration, and adapting classical molding profiles, the No 2532 is well suited for contemporary as well as traditional interiors. The openwork handle with compound taper joins the baluster-shaped shank with a disk surmounted by a shallow ogee. This handle can be used with traditional full-mortise locksets or manufactured for use with multi-point doors and tilt & turn windows. It may be provided with a wide array of alternative rose designs. All Nanz plated and patinated finishes are available. The lever measures 4-1/8″ long with a projection of 2-1/4”.