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SOKO has expanded its Manhandles Collection by offering mirrored images of the seven original Manhandle pulls as well as large entry versions. Designed by San Francisco artist Cari Jaye Sokoloff, the collection features sculptural figures in five poses. The original line and its newly released mirrored counterpart come in 6 3/8 and 11 3/4 inches.


By Rhonda Jackson, Staff Editor June 30, 2005
This article first appeared in the PB July 2005 issue of Pro Builder.

SOKO has expanded its Manhandles Collection by offering mirrored images of the seven original Manhandle pulls as well as large entry versions. Designed by San Francisco artist Cari Jaye Sokoloff, the collection features sculptural figures in five poses. The original line and its newly released mirrored counterpart come in 6 3/8 and 11 3/4 inches. The large entry versions stand at 14 1/2 or 18 1/2 inches tall. This "jumbo-size" line can be installed back to back and are ideal for large interior doors and cabinets. The collection is produced in hand-cast stainless and bronze with a choice of eleven finishes: Stainless, Satin Stainless, Dove, Black, Antique, Celadon, Natural, Mink, Lustre, Oil-Rubbed and Wrought.

www.soko.com

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