Paige Migneault Door Knob May 20th, 2018 - 10:47:52
How much would you pay for antique door knobs? How about $8300 for just one knob? Thats the price that the Doggie knob fetched at an auction. The beautifully carved bronze knob with a pooch looking through the center was created in the late 1800s. There are believed to be only two of them in existence. Porcelain door knobs are perfect pieces of door hardware. They can add a touch of style and elegance to your doors. These door knobs can be installed quickly and easily on any type of door. Just like other door knobs porcelain knobs are also available for different purposes like entrance passage privacy and dummy.
As I said before they will last forever and you will never regret it! I my self just cant get enough of them. I believe that they will never be outdated and I always do my best to find the perfect ones for all the furniture in my house. Glass gives that royal feeling to anything that it is attached to and I think that this is the feeling every house should have. Make sure though to take enough time to find those that suit your furniture and environment best as you can always go wrong with the vast amount of choices out there.
If the door opens outwards the flat side should look outwards too if it opens to the inside the flat side should look inwards. Now slip in the cylinder through the door knob hole while holding the opening and closing mechanism pushed in so that it fits into the space provided for it in the door knob cylinder. Find the two large screws and the metal cover that go on the inside and screw it in place. Make sure it is tight but not overly tight. Test this by tuning the outside knob the opening and closing mechanism should retract without resistance.
The first thing to do is to break open the new door knob and make sure all the necessary parts are there. You will find a list of them on the instruction page. Once you are sure the set is complete it is time to take the old one apart. Open the door and using the Phillips screwdriver remove the two screws holding the door closing mechanism in place. This is the metallic piece that sticks out of the door and is drawn inside the door when the knob is turned. Now take a look at the side of the door that does not have the lock the one that is on the inside side of the door.