Bosetti Marella 1700 Circa Provenzale EsCutcheon, 100659.03

Finish: Antique Brass DistressedBase Material: BrassLength: 25/32 InchWidth: 6-15/16 InchesProjection: 1/8 InchCenter to Center Hole Spacing: Surface MountMachine Screw Thread Size: #2 WoodScrew Length: 3/8 InchPilot Hole Size: 1/16 InchScrews are included

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