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Historically the escutcheon was used to refer an area on which armorial bearings, usually that of a shield, would show a coat of arms. Etymologically, this word found its way into the designer's world used today when referencing a protective or ornamental plate most often used for keyholes or to cover bolt ends. Made in solid steel and brass (905) this piece is intended for ornamental purposes only.
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