An antique Nashua Lock Company of Nashua, NH 1837-1889 door set. The set consist of black ceramic knobs with brass necks, cast brass door plates in an Eastlake aesthetic pattern with matching mortise lock face and a working key. The Eastlake Movement was an American nineteenth-century architectural and household design reform movement started by architect and writer Charles Eastlake (1836–1906). The matching strike plate is NOT available. Only one set available, please see the dimensions tab for size information.
The dimensions for this item: Mortise lock measures are- Backset 2-7/16", 2-1/8" Spacing. Case- 3-1/4" wide x 3-3/4" high, Faceplate 1" wide x 5-3/4" high. Door plates- 1-1/2" wide x 5-5/8" high. Door knob diameter- 2-1/8".
Very Good condition: showing no signs of heavy damage to structure or finish but may have small imperfections which are minor when considered against the overall age of the piece
This item is able to ship via USPS or UPS services, usually within 24 hours of placing your order. Rush shipping is available for this item if in stock, please call to confirm the ship date before ordering if this is a rush order. international shipping is available for this item.
This is an antique item, sold "as is". Antique or vintage items can be returned to us, they are accepted for store credit only, minus a 20% restocking fee, within 30 days of purchase.