Brass Escutcheon Door Plate with Thumbturn

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Vintage-style Hardware

  • Classic & traditional style
  • Made of quality stamped brass material
  • Solid brass crescent thumb turn
  • 7" high x 2-1/4" wide
  • For solid doors, or pre-bored (2-1/8" hole) doors
  • 5/8" max inner hub diameter
  • Includes four flat-head phillips screws
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Todd C.
United States


Original quality!

Rosanne Q.
United States United States

New old door hardware

I originally bought one that was the wrong size from a different company not realizing there were differences. The one from Hardwick fit perfectly and works great! Hardwick’s will be the first place I look for new old hardware

  • A classic & handsome door escutcheon plate with a solid brass crescent thumbturn. Made of quality stamped brass material, this escutcheon plate is a well-made & durable piece of hardware. The plate may be used on modern doors with 2-1/8" pre-bored holes, or with the old-style mortise lock sets on traditional doors as well. The thumb turn will enable you to bolt your doors with your old-style mortise locks. Beautify & grace your doors & doorknobs with these most elegant plates!

         Hardwick & Sons is pleased to offer vintage-style hardware for the many people who desire to fashion their homes with charm, quality, & style. The traditional-style hardware that we showcase are true & faithful reproductions of classic hardware pieces found in the many homes from across America throughout the past century.

  • Product Size Thumb Turn to Hub Spacing Size of Thumb Turn Shaft

    Hub Diameter

    Model #
    Brass Escutcheon Door Plate with Thumbturn 7" Long  x  2 - 1/4" Wide 2 - 1/4" 3/16" Square 5/8" Max


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