Bouton de porte bulle de verre

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Coté 3 sur 5Â par bueatiful - but what a project! We got several knobs for a remodel of our home. The knobs are beautiful - but don't think you can simply swap these onto a standard door. Here's what we had to do to make these work. First - we had to order custom doors with specially cut "antique" style holes for the handle. this is basically a 1/2" hole with a connecting shaft through to the frame. Second - you'll need a "standard tubular back set conversion latch" that will fit a square spindle. We got some from "house of antique hardware" online for about 10 $ USD each. Lastly, the square spindle that comes with the knob is too short for a standard door width. You will need to get one that is about 1/2" longer to get the knobs to securely attach. This knob needed a course thread. We got ours from Weeks in Portland Oregon for about 8 $ USD. So all in all, our new knobs cost us: Custom Door slab: 60 $ USD retro latch kit: 10 $ USD longer square spindle: 8 $ USD. And be careful not to strip the set screws. It's easy to do. Now that's it's done, we do love the look - but it was a project to get there! Hope this is helpful! 18 novembre 2009
Coté 3 sur 5Â par How to actually use these pretty doorknobs These doorknobs are gorgeous, but they don't play nice with many modern doors. Modern doors have a bigger hole around where the rosette plate goes, so there's nowhere to screw these rosettes in. Also, these knobs come with NO HARDWARE at all (no screws, no latch), and your existing modern latches will not fit the older square spindle in these glass knobs. If you have modern hollow doors, here's what you'll need to make these work for you. I've included links to buy the items, since they can be hard to find: 1. retro door latch guts (http://houseofantiquehardware.com/s.nl/it.A/id.626/.f?sc=10&category=16) 2. door "bore insert" to have something to screw the rosette into (http://www.rejuvenation.com/fixshow5845/templates/selection.phtml) 3. screws (I bought 1/2 inch #5 flathead wood screws in a satin nickel finish at Ace Hardware. They're like 27 cents apiece. Not worth paying for shipping on these, just buy them in person.) Does that sound like a huge pain in the butt? Yes, it is. So unless you live in an old house or are willing to put in a few hours of handyman time, these are not the knobs for you. I love them, personally. 6 août 2011
Coté 1 sur 5Â par Don't Bother It was beautiful looking but the bubbled glass fell off 10 minutes after receiving it. I saw it is held together by some glue, which is very cheap for such a lovely looking knob. It was quite unfortunate. Also, it certainly takes a lot of effort to get it to fit a regular size door. 20 octobre 2010
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