CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Nostalgic Warehouse Egg & Dart Plate with Keyhole Brown Porcelain Knob, Double Dummy, Oil Rubbed Bronze
- Traditional mounting for vintage or new doors. Two Dummy Knobs.
- Coordinates with Nostalgic Warehouse's Premium Grandeur line
- For use on interior doors that require only a push/pull function. Mounts directly to door.
- Mortise lock versions available for vintage doors
- 3-Year mechanical and finish warranty
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With its distinctive repeating border detail, as well as floral crown and foot, the Egg & Dart Plate in oil rubbed bronze resonates grand style and is the ideal choice for larger doors. Adding our rich, Brown Porcelain knob only serves to compliment the warm, earthen hues in your home. All Nostalgic Warehouse knobs are mounted on a solid (not plated) forged brass base for durability and beauty.
From the manufacturer
Knobs turn and operate a latch but don’t lock. Typically used on interior doors or doors with a separate deadbolt. Ideal for closets, hallways or rooms where no locking mechanism is needed. Standard door thickness range: 1-3/8 to 1-3/4 inches thick.
Latch with locking mechanism. A privacy pin next to the knob or lever provides locking through the plate or rosette. Ideal for bathrooms, bedrooms or rooms where a locking mechanism is needed. Standard door thickness range: 1-3/8 to 1-3/4 inches thick.
Two door sets with no lock or latch. The knobs or levers on this door set don’t turn or operate a latch. Ideal for closet doors, pantry doors or side-by-side French doors (used with roller catch, flush bolts or surface bolts).
Note: Surface mounted or thru-bolted.
Door set for one side of door with no lock or latch. The knobs or levers on this door set don’t turn or operate a latch. Ideal for closet doors, pantry doors or side-by-side French doors (used with roller catch, flush bolts or surface bolts).
Note: Surface mounted.
A mortise lock is a lock that requires a pocket – the mortise – to be cut into the door. The lock is installed into the pocket in the edge of the door. If your door is not already prepared for a mortise lock, you (or a skilled professional) will have to use a mortise saw to cut into the door so the lock fits properly.
Our mortise locks fit 2-1/4 inches Backset and include a skeleton key locking mechanism.
How to Measure for Backset?
When installing a tubular latch with passage or privacy function, it's very important that you know what your backset measurement is - either 2-3/8 or 2-3/4 inches. (see graphic).
The backset is the distance from the edge of the door to center of the 2-1/8 inches (54 millimeter) diameter bore hole.
In the U.S., there are two common backsets for residential door locks, 2-3/8 or 2-3/4 inches.
Dummy sets have no latch and are surface mounted, therefore a backset measurement is not needed.
Nostalgic Warehouse Interior Mortise locks are only offered in 2-1/4 inches backset. Our mortise locks are recommended for interior use only.
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