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glass door knob sets

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glass door knob sets

78.00

3-piece round glass door knob  and spindle sets with rosette design.

glass knobs: 2" diameter x 1.25" thick

AA# 22000-21

12 available

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Glass knobs from the first half of the 20th century were made to last. In 1826, the process for molding molten glass was invented. Glass door knobs really took off though when during WW1, the cast brass, bronze, and iron doorknobs that had dominated the hardware market since the beginning of the Victorian era was in short supply, used instead to manufacture airplanes and ammunition. The glass door knob faces were flat so you could peer inside to see the star designs molded into their bases. These can be used in old and new homes on a decorative front entrance door, on a bathroom door, or customize the bedroom doors along a hallway.