Door Knob. Thursday , November 30th , 2017 - 04:36:54 AM
A door knob is a hardware handle which is installed in a cabinet door with the use of a screw or sometimes a bolt. Compared with finger pulls and door latches, this is a better option because it is more versatile, easier to install and to use. Any color, either light or dark door knobs will definitely fit any style of door.Knobs have different ranges in terms of its size. It ranges from 1 inch to 1 ½ inch diameter which is appropriate in almost all sizes of the doors, except for the big ones. Aside from round shapes, knobs are also available in shapes like flat but the edges are round, square, or bun shape and even shaped like `T`. It can be made of metal or wood and it can just be plain or with decorations.
You can even find designer door knobs these days, if you are all about fashion. Some are hand made of stone, glass and other materials. If you want to go classy, glass door knobs are very beautiful. They can look like gems shining from a treasure hold if they are put in the right room with the right lighting. One thing to note about glass door knobs is that, they are not recommended for the outside doors to your home, as they are more fragile than other knobs and may not react well to the changes in temperatures. They also will be getting a lot more wear and tear on an outside door and may not be strong enough to handle it.
But the real money seems to be in the door knobs that were really from that time. Just as much as the other collectibles and antiques in old estates can get a pretty penny at auction, the antique door knobs in those homes are also commanding top dollar at estate sales and auctions. During World War II, many people pulled the brass doorknobs from their homes to help the government in their collections of brass to make war goods. Having one of these brass goodies today can fetch a pretty penny at an auction. How much would you pay for antique door knobs? How about $8,300 for just one knob? That`s the price that the `Doggie knob` fetched at an auction. The beautifully carved bronze knob with a pooch looking through the center was created in the late 1800s. There are believed to be only two of them in existence.
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