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Radiator floor escutcheons ornate variety

Hi all,
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  • Radiator floor escutcheons of the ornate variety

    Is anyone familiar with a good place to purchase radiator floor escutcheons of the ornate variety either on-line or in my local area? I'm in Seattle WA. I need the split type of escutcheon as my system has just been upgraded to a Buderus GB 142 and has also just been re-filled with water so I don't want to drain the system again, then remove the pipes to then install the non-split escutcheons if that makes any sense.
    I'm including a pic of my current escutcheons that I'd like to duplicate, reason I need them is some of them are missing.
    Thanks for the help!

  • That original doesn't look split. Am I missing something?
  • escutcheons

    I know it doesn't, and when I took the picture I didn't realize it was split either, but as I was removing it I saw the seems. This is the same one that I removed, and it's definitely split!
  • Mark Hunt
    Mark Hunt Member Posts: 4,909
    I can't help you but

    I have a customer that would also love a source for the same thing.

    I'll keep looking and if I find something I'll let you know.

    I would appreciate it if you forward any helpful info that you may find.


    Mark H

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  • Will you post an "open" photo from the under side?

    As mentioned many would LOVE to find such a nice escutcheon--I won't even mention splitted...
  • Patrick North
    Patrick North Member Posts: 84
    Pipe escutcheon replicas

    Try here:

    Usually pricey, but they carry good quality stuff.

    Patrick North
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