Old Rose Hardware Co. creates contemporary hardware for vintage doorknobs
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Old Rose Hardware Co.

Installing a vintage doorknob on a new door can be like trying to fit the proverbial square peg into a round hole. Enter Weber Wilson of Old Rose Hardware Co. in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. He created universal spindles and set screws, as well as decorative rosettes and lock plates, that are compatible with modern locksets. You just supply the old knob. About $62.50 for the retrofit hardware and trim set.
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