Beautiful antique pocket door plates, made by P. & F. Corbin in their “Como” pattern, circa 1900. These “new old stock” plates feature an intricate design with foliates, bellflowers, and an urn; the Neoclassical design is bordered with beading. Each pair includes one plate with a keyhole, and one without (enough hardware for one door.) Each escutcheon measures 7-5/8” tall by 2-3/8” wide. The brass pocket door plates are in very good condition with varying patinas (as pictured.) At checkout, if ordering multiple items besides door plates, please select FedEx Shipping instead of Product-Based Shipping to obtain an accurate shipping quote. THE PRICE LISTED IS FOR EACH PLATE!