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House Beautiful July/August 2016

The Pineapple Door Knocker as featured in House Beautiful. 

 

May 21, 2016

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Jefferson Brass Classic Urn Door Knocker

Jefferson Brass Company is proud to have our Classic Urn Door Knocker featured on sarahrichardsondesign.com as one of the 36 Best Door Knockers.

Perhaps the most popular of all doorknocker shapes is the urn. Our urn is elegantly designed with a pineapple motif, America's symbol of hospitality, flourishing on top. The simple bar is perfect for engraving your family name. 
April 25, 2016

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HGTV Magazine - Jefferson Brass Lion Door Knocker

For the April 2016 edition of HGTV Magazine, the Jefferson Brass Lion Door Knocker, a replica of the door knocker at the British Prime Minister's residence at 10 Downing Street in London, was featured as the perfect door knocker to "copy the curb appeal" from a residence in Alexandria, Virginia.

 

"[We] love the antique lion knocker for its grand look and feel."

April 25, 2016

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Boston Magazine - Five Stylish Door Knockers

The Jefferson Bass Urn Door Knocker was named one of the top Five Stylish Door Knockers by Boston Magazine in September of 2015.

April 25, 2016

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Garden & Gun - The Southern Home Sourcebook

Our favorite Pineapple Door Knocker, an "instant classic," is featured in the August 2015 issue of Garden & Gun.

"The pineapple has long been a symbol of welcome in the South, so it’s a natural element with which to greet guests right at the front door. Virginia designer Jack Goehring of Jefferson Brass Company studied colonial examples to perfect the shape of his door knocker."

April 25, 2016

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Garden & Gun Magazine

Jefferson Brass Company Horse and Goose Bookends Featured in the February 2014 Issue of Garden & Gun.

"Virginia-based Jefferson Brass Company's timeless bookends come in a number of sporting silhouettes that bring a touch of the field to the shelf."