The pattern dates back to 1840, the early years of Queen Victoria’s reign. The styles of various countries and eras collided during this time, this design is an excellent example of this.
Its forms are Louis XV revival but are drawn by the hand of an architect expert in the rendition of Grecian acanthus.
This expertly handcrafted antique reproduction is made using the same traditional techniques that would have been used to make the original.
The Papworth tieback forms part of the Historic Range by Edward Bulmer, a collection of intricately detailed hardware used by Edward for his highly renowned historic interior design projects.
Pictured here in Antique Brass and available in any one of our metal finishes and patina’s.
The Collier Webb Foundry and Workshop, we have been manufacturing brass, bronze, aluminium and silver lighting, furniture and hardware for over 45 years.
By perfecting the traditional techniques of lost wax and sand casting alongside modern technologies such as CNC fabrication, we have been able to produce a distinct collection of architectural products, which have been specially designed to assist interior designers, architects and restorers with their projects.
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