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Brass Victorian Glass Knob (2-Pack)

$7.97 /each

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The Defender Security Brass Victorian Glass Knob (2-Pack) is made with a brass-plated base for a beautiful appearance. The knob handles feature a 2 in. Dia and a glass design for an elegant look.

  • Compatible with most passage doors including older styles
  • Glass handled knobs feature a 2 in. Dia
  • Brass-plated base
  • 5/16 in. square spindle shaft for simple operation
  • Includes 2 knobs, 1 spindle and mounting hardware
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Does this have a back plate/rosette plate

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November 6, 2014
You say it has a mounting plate is this the same as a back plate, without this you would see the whole in the door.
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March 26, 2015
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There is a set with just two knobs and a rod AND a complete lock set with two knobs, rod,latch, and back plate both have issues. The backplate measures a smidgen under two inches while the common bore on a door is 2 1/8 inches making the plate to small. Also instead of having screws pass through the plate and connecting to the other plate to lock in place, they use wood screws on BOTH plates so even IF Read More
There is a set with just two knobs and a rod AND a complete lock set with two knobs, rod,latch, and back plate both have issues. The backplate measures a smidgen under two inches while the common bore on a door is 2 1/8 inches making the plate to small. Also instead of having screws pass through the plate and connecting to the other plate to lock in place, they use wood screws on BOTH plates so even IF the bore was the right size you could not use them. Read Less
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November 13, 2014
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Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. Kindly see the attached photo which points to the "brass-plated bases" that is referred to in the product description. This item does not include the rosettes, but they are available for purchase from within this same site. Please see the attached items below for options available.

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Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. Kindly see the attached photo which points to the "brass-plated bases" that is referred to in the product description. This item does not include the rosettes, but they are available for purchase from within this same site. Please see the attached items below for options available.

For additional questions regarding this item, or any other product manufactured by Prime-Line Products, please call their toll free number at (877) 649-9740, or contact them by email at info@primeline.net Read Less
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Do these fit new(er) doors?

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Huntsville Alabama
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November 2, 2014
I've looked & looked but can't find where this question has been asked but do these knobs fit new type doors? I've purchased two of these & I'm wondering if they are going to work with the existing doorknob hardware or if I will need a different set up & if so, what will I need aside from door escutcheons or rosettes?
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Bremerton, WA
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March 26, 2015
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I did the same thing. The instructions were basic to say the least, "Remove old knob, replace with new". You have to deconstruct your existing lock set by removing the Knobs on both sides. One side has the rod attached, which must be removed and the spring mechanism which returns the handle and latch. Once all this is dis assembled two problems arose, One: how do you tighten the set screws when they are Read More
I did the same thing. The instructions were basic to say the least, "Remove old knob, replace with new". You have to deconstruct your existing lock set by removing the Knobs on both sides. One side has the rod attached, which must be removed and the spring mechanism which returns the handle and latch. Once all this is dis assembled two problems arose, One: how do you tighten the set screws when they are inside the backplate when assembled and two: how is the return spring mounted when the mechanism that holds it in place is removed when the old knobs are removed. A very poor design. Needs a do over. Bring them back or for fun bring it all in and have them show you how to assemble. Read Less
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November 13, 2014
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Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. If the doors have large pre-drilled holes to receive regular door knobs, the mounting screws of the rosettes will not have any wood to screw into as required for installation. However, that does not mean that the installation of these glass knobs in pre-drilled doors is impossible, only that the door knob holes will need to be Read More
Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. If the doors have large pre-drilled holes to receive regular door knobs, the mounting screws of the rosettes will not have any wood to screw into as required for installation. However, that does not mean that the installation of these glass knobs in pre-drilled doors is impossible, only that the door knob holes will need to be filled prior to installation of the knobs.

The square metal spindles of these glass knobs require only a 3/4 inch hole for installation, so you'll want to find a hardening-filler that will serve this purpose. Kindly see the suggested simple method of preparation for installation as attached below. Keep filler off finished surfaces of door panel (both sides) as some sanding and/or finishing may be necessary.



You may also consider item no. E-2317 available for order from within this same site which includes the 2 glass handles, spindle, rosettes, and a mortise latch bolt. It comes complete with fasteners for a quick and easy installation.

For additional questions regarding this item, or any other product manufactured by Prime-Line Products, please call their toll free number at (877) 649-9740, or contact them by email at info@primeline.net Read Less
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What is the diameter of the neck of the brass knob?

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California
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August 9, 2016
That is, what size sleeve should a rosette have so it fits snugly? 5/8"?

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August 10, 2016
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Hello Don, and thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. 5/8 in. outside diameter is correct.
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Does it come with two sets of door knobs

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February 14, 2016
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Two total knobs are included.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looks just like they fit in a Vicorian house I saw these glass door knobs and knew the old rusty metal ones in the house had to go. People always comment on how great these door knobs look, then I tell them they are new manufactured knobs. February 18, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Incorrect item details The description indicates that this item is 2" in diameter. When picked up in-store it is actually 2.25" in diameter. I recommend this product if the size is right for you. Otherwise it might be a waste of time. In-store pick employee couldn't do anything but read the size off the packaging and tell me it was 2.25" in diameter. Yup, you are correct, the package says 2.25", however the online description was 2". July 30, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product! Freshened up the old doors in our home. Doors were from the 70's with old brass door knobs and have the old mortise locks. Now they look so much better, and these door knobs were put on in minutes. Highly recommended! February 1, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Temporary Solution at Best I have used these for many years. Unfortunately I have not found I have much choice. My problem with these are that they all need to be replaced within 5 years as the screw fails to hold tight and the threads easily strip on the handle or rod making the handle eventually fail repeatedly. I would love to find ones with threaded holes in the shaft like the original door knobs had so the screw could actually hold onto something instead of just press against the flat surface of the rod. December 11, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Matches up nicely I have a house built in 1948 that I'm remodeling. It has beautiful single panel fir doors with glass brass door knobs. Some of the old knobs have stripped and require new hardware. These match up nicely with the older ones and will work another 60 years at least. February 3, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Needs re-engineering Bought these under instructions from the wife, you guys made me look bad when they could not be installed. She said 'The Handyman" word. That hurt. March 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Door Knob Easy to install and did match the style of the bathroom. February 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Look Used to update the knobs in a 50 yr + old home w/o changing door hardware. They install easily and look great. August 26, 2014
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