Door Knob. Thursday , November 30th , 2017 - 03:45:16 AM
No matter the reason for them, antique door knob collections are very popular, and can be very expensive. Some antique door knob collectors are very serious about their trade. They know all there is to know about antique door knobs. If you think a door knob is a door knob, you`re dead wrong. In the last century antique door knobs have gone through a number of personality and design changes. Instead of just being something used to open and close a door, door knobs back then were just as much a part of the house as the rest of the décor, and were expected to make a statement. For a while the job was relegated mostly to glass artists who created beautiful bubble glass knobs, lead crystal cut into jewel-like shapes, as well as amazing pieces of brass that were carved into extremely ornate patterns.
Most door knob manufacturers are also wholesale suppliers and exporters. The commonly used materials for making door knobs are brass, iron, wood, wire, ceramic, stainless steel and aluminum. Door knob is a handle used for opening and closing a door. Door knobs are often sold as complete locksets. Porcelain door knob/rosette assemblies are offered for both sides of the door. Passage/privacy sets consists of a latch, faceplate and strikeplate.
Interior door knobs are available in four primary styles; privacy, passage, double dummy and single dummy. Privacy and passage knobs turn and operate a latch mechanism - the difference is privacy style knobs have a push pin lock (these are generally used on bathrooms or bedrooms). Single dummy and double dummy knobs do not turn or operate a latch mechanism - a single dummy knob is one knob on the exterior side of the door while a double dummy is a knob on either side of one door. Note: Most double dummy knobs cannot be used on two separate doors.
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