The No 2533 lever, like its cousin No 2532, reflects the 19th-century Renaissance Revival movement. Strapwork decoration and classic molding profiles characterize the design, manifested in the openwork tapering handle that 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. A variety of alternative rose designs can also be provided with this handle. Recommended finishes include antique silver, burnished brass, pewter, satin nickel and polished gold. All Nanz plated and patinated finishes are available. The lever measures 4-1/2″ long with a projection of 2-3/8”.