Seller: antiquedoorknockers (233) 100%, Location: Wethersfield, Connecticut, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 282174896978 Details: I have a variety of door knockers to suit your home. Please take a look at my other listings. ★★★★ This Antique Door Knocker is in the form of an Irish Harp. The Harp is one of the oldest (if not the oldest) of Irish symbols. Further adding to the cultural symbolism of this impressive door knocker are the Celtic Knots on the front and back sides as well as the Triquetra on the bottom front. This door knocker has substantial girth and is stamped with the maker's mark on the back. A strike plate is included. Construction is solid brass. The door knocker is not new. It is a salvaged item and has patina from age and use. Overall condition is excellent. Go ahead... buy it, install it & make your neighbors jealous! ★ Measurements: 5-1/2" Tall by 3-5/8" Wide by 1-3/8" Deep★ca.1930★ ★★★★ Why buy a salvaged door knocker? Salvaged door knockers are often constructed of much better materials and the craftsmanship is unparalleled. Not only have they proven that they will last through the years, but their value and collectibility through time has increased and will definitely increase further. The obvious place for a door knocker is on your front door but they can be used in so many other areas. Bedrooms, bathrooms, dorm rooms, office spaces, workshops, garages, man caves etc... the possibilities are endless. Some door knockers are beautiful enough to simply hang on your wall for display. Door knockers can also reflect your personality or the personality of your home. Is your home Victorian, Gothic, Art Nouveau, Art Deco or Mid Century Modern? Are you fond of particular breed of dog or other animal? Do you want your door knocker to say you're strong, intelligent, or maybe the class clown? There are knockers out there for you. ★ Please ask questions if I've left anything out. Thank you! ★ I love International buyers: Postage includes Delivery Confirmation & Insurance. Please be prepared for possible customs delays.