ÖSTERNÄS Leather handle, tanned leather,

Price/pack EGP 89.50
EGP 179/ 2 pack

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ÖSTERNÄS

Knobs and handles are like icing on the cake – that small detail that makes a big difference. ÖSTERNÄS leather handles add a warm, personal touch to your home giving it character and a natural look.

Article number203.488.96

Product details

ÖSTERNÄS handle in tanned leather feels soft to touch and brings a warm and natural element to your home.

The leather ages beautifully and acquires a nice patina over time.

Designer

H Preutz/A Fredriksson

Article number203.488.96
  • Suitable for door thickness 16-21 mm.

    Screws included.

  • Material
    Leather parts:
    Through dyed grain leather from cattle, with a treated and pigmented surface
    Handle:
    Stainless steel, Through dyed grain leather from cattle, with a treated and pigmented surface
    Care

    For best possible result, wipe clean and treat the surface regularly with ABSORB leathercare set.

    Treatment tends to make the leather slightly darker, so always test the result first on a piece of the leather that is not easily visible.

  • All leather in IKEA products is chrome-free since 2017. This prevents any risks of chrome VI which can be harmful to workers in production and to the environment when a product reaches its end-of-life.

Measurements

Length: 65 mm

Width: 25 mm

Diameter: 19 mm

Drilled hole diameter: 7 mm

Package quantity: 2 pack

  • ÖSTERNÄSArticle number203.488.96

    Width: 10 cm

    Height: 2 cm

    Length: 17 cm

    Weight: 0.05 kg

    Package(s): 1

Material

What are leathers, skins and hides?

Leathers, skins and hides are durable, hardwearing materials that we strive to produce as responsibly as possible. That’s why we only use by-products from the food industry and we have requirements for traceability to slaughterhouses, thereby ensuring ethically correct slaughters. The materials are then treated so that they’re usable for home decoration products. In this process we don’t allow the use of chrome, which is potentially harmful to both humans and the environment.