Dating from the late 19th century, this handsome horizontal rim lock suits Victorian, Craftsman, or Colonial Revival interiors. The heavy-duty iron case features all-brass interior parts and a key operated deadbolt. Topped with a durable black enamel finish and paired with cast-iron knobs, it's a period perfect set, ideal for both rustic and refined decors. Comes complete with two fancy brass skeleton keys. Fully reversible for right or left handed doors.
Dimensions: ock body: 4 3/16" W x 3 5/16" H x 3/4" Thick. Keeper: 3/4" W x 3 5/16" H x 3/4" Thick. Backset: 3 1/16". Rosette: 1 7/8" outer diameter. Inside collar diameter: 21/32". Keyhole Cover: 1 11/16" tall by 15/16" wide. Iron Knobs: 1 7/8" diameter. Shank diameter is slightly more than 5/8", drilled for a 20 TPI spindle. Spindle: 4 1/2" L x 5/16". Includes an Allen wrench and set screws for mounting
Rim Lock: An antique style box type door lock which is mounted to the surface of a door and typically uses a skeleton key to operate the lock bolt. Learn about hardware >
Door Set Functions
Latch and skeleton key lock - The knobs turn and operate a latch. A skeleton key is used to lock and unlock the door. Typically found on vintage interior doors that can be locked and unlocked from either side.