Henry Wilson PSL Handle


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  • PSL Handle (Pull, Slide, Lift) 


    • The PSL handle is a special order item and has a minimum order value requirement of $1500 value of PSL Handles (for PSL handles only, ie this minimum value cannot be spread over other items in the order, it needs to be $1500 worth of PSL handles.)
    • The handles are handmade to order in Sydney, NSW. Please allow 2-3 week leadtime on your order.
    • If your order includes this item your entire order will be held until this item is ready to send.
    • We recommend ordering this item as a separate order if you would like to order in stock items to be sent immediately.

    This versatile handle can be used for cabinetry, sliding doors and sash windows.

    Regular size measures 93*26*16mm

    XL size measures 205*26*16mm

    This price is for single handle.


    Each piece is sand cast and rumbled finished.

    Pull Handles are manufactured in small batches meaning slight variations will occur from piece to piece. Production marks may include slight pour ripples or surface pitting. 

    It will arrive with a bright finish but will oxidise and darken over time to reveal a distinctive patina. Simply use a metal polish to restore a like-new finish. 


  • Henry Wilson was born in Sydney Australia. Graduated honors in Visual Arts (woodwork) at Australian National University, Canberra (2002-2005 BVA (Hons.)) and received the HSP Huygens scholarship at The Design Academy Eindhoven for Postgraduate studies (2008-2010) MA (Des.)

    In 2010 he set up a studio for Design in Sydney, notable for the readapting of several disused shipping containers on a vacant industrial site. Though multidisciplinary; the studio is currently focussing on locally produced furniture and lighting. Many items are available as self-build components or fully resolved ‘in-house’ pieces. The collection continues to grow organically; committed to honestly resolved concepts with a focus on longevity.

    Whether it be revisiting existing objects or producing new work, Henry is dedicated to experimenting on the process of design and production.