The somber pairing of Bennington style porcelain knobs and crisp antique iron makes an understated, yet powerful period statement. This typical mid-Victorian combination works with everything from a Greek Revival town house to a simple country farmhouse. A high quality English-made mortise lock in a pewter finish completes the vintage look.
Door set dimensions: Porcelain doorknobs measure 2 3/8" in diameter. Iron rosettes are 2" in diameter. Keyhole covers are 1 11/16" H x 15/16" W.
Mortise lock dimensions: Backset is 2 1/4". Lock case: 4" H x 3" W x 5/8" thick. Lock face plate: 6" H x 7/8" W. Strike plate: 4" H x 7/8" W.
Backset: On a lock or latch, it is the distance from the front of the face plate to the center of the knob hub. On the door, it is from the edge of the door to the center of the door knob. 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.
2 Rosettes and 2 keyhole covers
1 Skeleton key mortise lock with matching face plate