These Brass Mushroom Door Knobs are a beautiful example of a very traditional design. Suitable for both mortice or rim locks and latches.
The polished brass is left unlacquered and will develop an aged patina and darken with time.
These brass mushroom door knobs are Unsprung and have loose roses so that they can be used with both mortice or rim locks and latches. They have an 8mm threaded spindle to enable fine adjustment for various door thicknesses and lock firmly with a Grub Screw, which must locate on the V in the shaft and not on the threaded part of the spindle. They are supplied with 2 spindle lengths - 120mm for use with rim locks and 100mm for use with mortice locks and latches. For best results we recommend using a Heavy Duty / Heavy Sprung lock or latch, with at least a 100mm lockcase to provide a minimum backset of 75mm. This is to make sure that the door knobs turn properly and return back to their start position. It also helps to make sure that you do not catch you hand on the door frame.
Supplied with matching screws. Always use a pilot drill.
Brass Mushroom Door Knobs - Dimensions
Knob Diameter 51mm
Rose Diameter 51mm
Projection - 51mm
All measurements are approximate and should be used as a guide only, this is due to the hand crafted nature of the products.
Delivery time is usually 2 - 3 working days.
We aim to process orders within the first 24 hours and have your items dispatched within 1 – 2 days, providing items are in stock.
For made to order or bespoke items these need to be created so the time varies. Find out more on our Delivery Information page.
£4.75 – UK Mainland (not including Scottish Highlands, Scottish Islands, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands or other UK offshore locations)
£16.50 – Scottish Highlands, Scottish Islands, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands and other UK offshore locations
£28.00 – European Union Destinations
Please contact us for Non-European Union and Worldwide quotes.
In order to keep your products in peak condition, it’s important that they’re cared for properly. More information on how to look after your purchase, please see our Care Instructions page.
Atmospheric Conditions and Coastal Areas
Harsh environmental conditions and the salt in sea air will cause finishes to deteriorate prematurely. Read our Care Instructions on how to look after your purchase, and for our guide to which finishes are more suited to these conditions.
As with atmospheric conditions, high use, commercial environments will also cause finishes to deteriorate prematurely. Read our Care Instructions for details on how to look after your products in these environments.