The Ponte degli Scalzi is one of only four bridges in Venice to span the Grand Canal and translates as 'bridge of the barefoot', apt for a pedestrian bridge! It was originally built in iron but this construction was unappealing and began to fail so was replaced quickly. Designed by Eugenio Miozzi, the new and improved Ponte degli Scalzi is a single arch bridge made entirely of Istrian stone and was completed in 1934. Its slenderness and elegant combination of arch and angles inspired the name for our Scalzi range.
Fit's Scalzi range includes: D handle 160mm centre hole D handle 320mm centre hole Available in Dull Black, Titanium Bronze, Natural Bronze, Matt Antique Iron and Black Antique Iron
Our cabinet handles are supplied with screws to suit 18mm board Screws are zinc coated M4, pozi flat combination drive, low profile flat head