These Octagonal Mortice or Rim Knobs are a particularly stylish design that look lovely on period property doors, especially Georgian. The neat and simple lines do also look very nice in more contemporary homes too.
Premium quality door, window and cabinet furniture, manufactured by Croft. We are pleased to offer the most popular finishes to buy through our website. Their full range of finishes can be seen below and if you would like to order one of the other finishes, please contact us.
For use with Mortice or Rim locks and latches and come Unsprung as standard.
So, we recommend using a Heavy Duty or Heavy Sprung lock or latch which is at least 100mm to give a backset of 75mm or more. This is to ensure that the door knob turns properly and returns to the closed position, and that you do not catch your knuckles on the door frame or striker plate.
Sold as a Pair and supplied with matching fixings. Always make a small pilot drill hole and use a manual screw driver to avoid damaging screws and finish.
Octagonal Mortice or Rim Knobs - Dimensions
- Knob Diameter - 61mm
- Rose Diameter - 61mm
- Projection - 80mm
- Knob Diameter - 76mm
- Rose Diameter - 76mm
- Projection - 84mm
All measurements are approximate and should be used as a guide only, this is due to the handcrafted nature of the products.
Information on Finishes
Suitable for interior and exterior locations
- Polished Brass Unlacquered
- Aged Brass **
- Light Antique Brass **
- Matt Black Bronze **
- Satin Chrome
- Satin Nickel
- Polished Chrome
- Polished Nickel
** These Living Finishes receive a protective wax coating prior to dispatch. Normal wear and handling will allow the contact areas to reveal the metal below helping to create and aged effect. High usage locations will speed up the ageing process. An occasional application of good quality beeswax can be applied if required.
Suitable for interior locations only
- Satin Brass ^
- Dark Bronze Metal Antique ^
^ These Decorative Lacquered finishes are not recommended for high usage locations. Application of incorrect chemicals or alcohol based cleaners can result in advanced deterioration of the lacquer. Please be aware that the life of the lacquer can also be affected by many environmental and atmospheric conditions.
Most of the finishes available are Made to Order with a lead time of approximately 5 weeks, please contact us if you would like us to check stock before you order.