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Classic Solid Brass Rosette with Threaded Shanks ~ Privacy (Locking)

Classic Solid Brass Rosette with Threaded Shanks ~ Privacy (Locking)

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Vintage-style Hardware

Model #8873-C

  • Classic & traditional
  • 2-3/4" diameter doorknob rosette
  • Made of solid brass
  • For privacy (locking) doors
  • For modern pre-bored (2-1/8" hole) doors (with companion piece #H8873-A)
  • 21/32" max inner hub diameter
  • Includes two finish-matching 1-1/4" long machine screws
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  • A high quality & classic solid brass doorknob rosette with threaded shanks. This beauty is made of forged solid brass, & is thick for durability & high-class style. Once you have this rosette in your hand, you will instantly tell that it is a quality piece of hardware. This particular rosette is designed for modern doors with a 2-1/8" diameter pre-bored hole (must have the companion #8873-A style rosette piece to complete the set. The threaded shanks on this rosette will match up with the #8873-A style rosette, & the machine screws will connect both rosettes together). The rosette is designed for a privacy (locking) function on doors, & the little hole is used for the little privacy pin on latches. The excellent craftsmanship used to create these rosettes will produce an addition to your home that will add both elegance & grace!

        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 Rosette Diameter

    Hub Diameter

    Spacing of Screw Holes Model #
    Solid Brass Rosette 2 - 3/4" 21/32" Max 1 - 11/16"


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