produced by the local blacksmiths at their forge and anvil was
common to many..... more
is a most important aspect of 18th century decor. Our copper
and tinsmiths recreate.... more
and porcelain designs of the 18th and early 19th centuries created
a more formal decor..... more
collection of iron hardware which offers the design and function
of our hand-forged iron..... more
a new section in our catalog which casts your attention to the
more decorative...... more
A) Must be installed on blank door (not pre-bored).
B) Specify thickness of door.
C) Specify "Standard" or "Reverse Bevel".
II) Strap Hinges
A) Strap hinges should span approximately 1/2 to 2/3 of door width.
B) Select appropriate pintle style.
Strap & Pintle Mounting Details:
1. The "Drive Pintle" is installed at a 20° angle into the framing behind the casing. For modern framing with 2x4's, the pintle intersects both studs.
2. The "Plate Mounted" pintle is surface mounted on the door casing and straps are furnished with an
"Offset" to position door flush with casing.
3. The "Jamb Mounted" pintle is mounted into a mortise on the face of the jamb.
III) Mortise Lock Sets
1. Must be installed on blank door (not pre-bored). Specify as follows:
A) Backset (2-1/2" is Standard). B) Stile Width (minimun of 4-1/2"). C) Door Thickness (1-3/4" to 3"). D) Handing (Left or Right). E) Door Swing (In-swing or Out-swing).
IV) Interior Door Knob & Lever Sets Specify as follows:
A) Function (Passage, Privacy or Dummy).
B) Backset (2-3/8" or 2-3/4").
C) Door Thickness (1-3/8" & up).
D) Handing for levers (Left or Right).
V) Pre-Bored Entrance Sets Specify as follows:
A) Backset (2-3/8" or 2-3/4").
B) Door Thickness (1-3/4" & up).
C) Handing for levers (Left or Right).