Brass Letter Plates
Most homes have a special letter box where people living in there receive their letters. But sometimes people prefer having a special opening in the front door for the postman to put the letters in. These opening are usually surrounded by some brass plates that make them look fine. I found a special web site where you can see and purchase a lot of different models of brass letter plates for your front door. Here are some models you can admire: Churchill letter plate, Victorian letter plate, a special plate that has the word “letters” on, Picasso letter plate with a knocker, Ashtead gravity letter plate and Georgian rope letter plate and so on.
These letter plates are, of course, made of brass and look very nice because they are sand cast and polished so as to shine and look bright in the sun. All these brass plates are made by a Scottish company that has its headquarters in the heart of Edingburgh and is specialized in manufacturing these products and other similar ones connected to brass and doors. They are called Inbrass and you can find out more about them by simply following this link.
You can now purchase one of these brass letter plates online for a price between £12-97 . There are enough models and prices to choose from, depending on your taste and the dimensions and style of your door and I can assure you that you will certainly find the perfect one for you once you visit their web site.