A traditional pair of white ceramic door knobs with matching roseplates with a delicate crackle glazed finish. These ceramic handles were popular for almost a century, first appearing around 1830. This style of handle were widely used in Victorian homes upstairs and servant quarters and in less grand properties due to being more affordable than brass. These handles are still very popular today due to their high quality, affordability and that they are still made in the UK. These handles are available in different colours and styles.