Colonial door knobs including levers and iron entrance sets

Colonial door knobs

Egg and dart motif door knobs are a proven classical greco-Roman motif

Beveled style backplates were common and are often used for historic renovations

Swan's neck style suggest a common entry door treatment often seen in colonial architecture

Simple round backplates often are used instead of large backplates

Levers can be used in place of round or oval colonial door knobs at no additional cost

Matching deadbolts are available for use with exterior doors

Cast iron entrance sets are reminiscent of the village smithy