Nickel Fox Door Knocker
This delightful Nickel Fox Door Knocker is a traditional countryside door knocker that is made in Britain using traditional casting methods. Each door knocker is hand polished and nickel plated. The knocker hinge is located at the head of the fox which strikes against the body. This is a fun door knocker that will make visitors to your home smile!
Size: Length 25cm x Width 9.5cm x Depth 6cm
Striking Plate Size: Length 25cm x Width 6.3cm x Depth 0.7cm
Materials: Nickel plated solid brass
Finish: Nickel finish that is hard wearing and durable
Fixing Information: This door knocker can be screwed to the door using the two screws provided. The screw holes are approximately 12cm apart vertically. No fixings will be visible on the inside of the door. Suitable for wooden, PVCu and composite doors.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this door knocker suitable for a composite PVCu door?
Yes, our nickel fox door knocker can be fitted to composite PVCu doors as well as wooden doors. However, we recommend that you check with the door manufacturer as fitting a door knocker may void the warranty.
Will this door knocker age over time?
This fox door knocker is manufactured from solid brass and then nickel plated. To avoid your nickel finish from tarnishing, we recommend cleaning every 3-6 months. Wash the door knocker with warm water and a cloth, then use a suitable metal cleaner for persistent blemishes, then polish to keep your nickel plating strong and lustrous for years to come.
Are the fixings supplied with this door knocker?
Yes, we provide two screws with this door knocker that can be used to fix it your door. The screws provided match the nickel finish of the fox door knocker and are not visible once fitted to your door.
How do I fit this fox door knocker?
Fitting our fox door knocker is simple as it uses a surface mount fixing. This method of fixing involves screwing the door knocker into the door from the front, with no fixings visible from the inside face of the door. To fit this door knocker; mark on your door where you’d like the screws to be with a pencil, drill small guide holes and then screw in the screws provided. Read our full guide on how to fit a door knocker for more information and a step-by-step guide.