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cast bronze door hardware set

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cast bronze door hardware set

295.00

Cast bronze door knob set made by Mallory, Wheeler, & Co., patent dated 1884, which features an Arabic character meaning "welcome" on a rippled background. Mortise lock manufactured by Branford Lock Works.

Set includes two knobs, two plates, one spindle, and mortise.

AA# 22000-005

3 sets available

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The design on the door knob was produced by Mallory, Wheeler and Company. Through further research into their products and company, we came across a journal from the Doorknob Collector Convention of 1989 in Iowa City. The theme of the annual convention was Mallory, Wheeler and Company. One enthusiast had written a piece on the history of the company, indicating that that Wheeler knob patterns were so distinctively designed, the designs themselves were patented by the company. One of the more well-known designs the company produced was this one, our doorknob with the Arabic character meaning “welcome.”