Line One Letter Plate

Line One Letter Plate


Item Number: 5159
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Complete the room


This water-tight, wall- or door-mounted Mail Slot is a functional design that won’t compete with architectural forms. Mail is delivered by pushing on the center panel, which pivots on a hinge that’s carefully crafted for a satisfying weightiness. This spring-loaded hinge keeps the slot closed when not in use. The solid construction of the Line One Mail Slot is made of heavy gauge stainless steel that can be paired with Neutra Numbers or our modern doorbells to complete the entryway experience. Atelier 522 is a creative agency made up of architects, interior designers, product designers, graphic designers and photographers. For more than 60 years, the atelier has been combining high-grade metals with quality design and an element of surprise. Hardware is not included. To order a back plate (not included), please call us at 1.800.944.2233. Made in Germany.

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H 3.15'' W 11.8'' D .25''


Heavy gauge stainless steel.

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