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Single Brass Circle-Ring Design Doorknob

Single Brass Circle-Ring Design Doorknob

Regular price $ 17.99
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Vintage-style Hardware

  • Classic & Traditional
  • Timeline Style:   Timeless classic style - Late 19th century, Early 20th century up to Modern style interiors
  • Hollow core wrought brass doorknob
  • Classic old-style circle-ring design
  • 2-1/4" diameter knob
  • Spindle hole in brass base is threaded 3/8" - 20 TPI
  • Doorknob includes one set-screw 
  • Available in unlacquered brass (will patina naturally), oil rubbed bronze, brushed nickel, lacquered brass, & polished nickel finishes
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  • A quality & classic hollow core brass single threaded doorknob with an attractive circle-ring design. The excellent craftsmanship used to create these doorknobs produces an addition to your home that is both elegant to the eye & attractive to the touch. These authentic old style door knobs with concentric rings are designed in the late 19th century / early 20th century style of hardware, but will fit in with any time period up to the current modern styles. Available in non-lacquered brass (the un-lacquered brass will patina over time), oil rubbed bronze, brushed nickel, antique brass, & polished nickel finishes. *Note: Spindle is not included with this single doorknob.

          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 Knob Diameter

    Knob Depth

    Diameter of Inner Brass Ferrule Thread Size In Base (For Spindle Model #

    Single Brass Circle-Ring Design Doorknob

    2-1/4" 1-7/8" 39/64" 3/8"-20 TPI



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