Claire Pelletier Door Knob May 22nd, 2018 - 11:28:08
It takes a while to gape at these shimmering beauties. Antique glass door knobs with their clean cut designs of crystal and cut glass are a sight words cant describe. The attention to detail and intricate patterns shaped into a dream is a pure exhibition of flawless workmanship. Antique glass knobs complement different types of doors and add to the décor of the door. Antique glass door knobs are becoming increasingly popular for the class and degree of sophistication they bring. Individuals are getting their doors customized in accordance with the type of antique glass door knobs.
Most door knob manufacturers are also wholesale suppliers and exporters. The commonly used materials for making door knobs are brass iron wood wire ceramic stainless steel and aluminum. Door knob is a handle used for opening and closing a door. Door knobs are often sold as complete locksets. Porcelain door knob/rosette assemblies are offered for both sides of the door. Passage/privacy sets consists of a latch faceplate and strikeplate. Wholesale door knobs are available for different purposes such as passage privacy etc. Dummy door knobs are also available which are non-functioning and are used on closets and French doors.
Moreover the constant touch of sweaty or wet hands on these door knobs can make them look drab. Antique glass door knobs are durable and are prone to different weather conditions. Glass knobs add a flair to the door and make them look aesthetically beautiful. The only way you can get yourself one of these valuable beauties is by constantly keeping a check in antique shops or glass shops that stock vintage products. Since antique glass knobs are in demand there could be instances where individuals end up buying a replica thinking its an antique.
Look at the base of the knob close to the door itself and you will see a small hole with a little separation inside of it. Take a key like piece of metal that is included in the new doorknob set and put it in the small hole prying it open. Pull the door knob out as you pry the hole until it comes out completely. You will have removed the decorative part of the mechanism and the operative part will be exposed. Against the door itself you will see a round piece of metal which is held in place by two large screws remove these screws all the way.