It's a long shot at best, of course, but I thought I'd ask: there's this old rooflight that needs repairing, and while the window itself is more or less fine, the handle used to open it is broken. It was a four-position handle that allowed the window to be fully open, one-third open, half-open, or closed -- and it's busted. It's made of crappy plastic that won't hold together anymore if glued, and there's no clue as to the rooflight's manufacturer. (It may have been a Swedish import, but that's just a guess based on other similar-looking windows in the house; the manufacturer of those windows doesn't seem to have such an item listed anymore, though).
So, I'm looking for anything that could be useful, really -- ideally, a replacement handle, of course, but even if anyone could just recognize the manufacturer or knows anyone making these things, to help out with any further hunt for a new handle like this, it would be great. If anyone can give any clue, thank you in advance!
Here are a few pictures:
Here it is, broken off on the right:
And another view:
Here's a close-up of the broken end:
Here's the good end:
Here's the rooflight itself; the handle went into the empty brown part on the right: