Nº 7956

The No 7956 cremone bolt, traditionally used to secure French doors, dates back to the early part of the 20th century. The bolt embodies simple geometric form as the basis of good design. Featuring the No 2006 lever, based on a design by Walter Gropius from 1920, the cremone creates a harmony of form and function with its practical, yet graceful, aesthetic throughout its guides and keepers. Accordingly, rod length and keeper configuration will be determined during the specification process. Most Nanz levers and oval knobs can be used. All Nanz plated and patinated finishes are available.

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