Spanish Cathedral Door Knocker

14th Century Spanish Cathedral style door knocker is a tribute to the usual Latin-cross shape cathedrals in Spain that are an important part of Spanish heritage. Due to Moorish influence in the Iberian Peninsula, as well as the long construction time required, several of these cathedrals are an eclectic mix of Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, Neoclassical, and Mudejar architectural styles. This old world door knocker displays the characteristics of many of these styles in the gothic twisted ring, the cross shaped back plate, the scribed ring mount, and the intricately etched edge.

Our iron door knocker can also be used as a ring pull for small doors in the 3" ring size, while the 6" ring size also doubles as an ornate decorative iron towel ring for bathrooms.