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These were the perfect smaller scale for our drawers in our updated "vintage" kitchen of our 1923 Craftsman home. Arts and Crafts Numbers It has been a challenge to find house numbers in an Arts and Crafts Style that actually look like it was original to the time period. I get nervous about buying things online and hope that they look good and these house numbers did not disappoint. I own a home built in 1905 and this was the perfect piece to give it that extra character it needed.
If the door has a mortise lock (evidenced by a tall, skinny plate in the door edge and doorknobs fastened to a square shaft by setscrews), the house almost certainly predates 1925, although such locks were still used in basement rooms and garages for another decade or two.
On the other hand, doors with just a small rectangular latch plate in the door edge invariably mean the house postdates 1920 — the year when Walter Schlage invented the easier-to-install cylindrical lockset that quickly drove the mortise lock off the market. Mortise locksets with ornate metal or glass knobs suggest late 19th-century construction dates, while those with plain white, brown or black glass knobs are more typical of early 20th-century houses.
Looks absolutely gorgeous and original in our Edwardian home. We re-faced the exterior to shingles (previously clapboard) and we are keeping the plastered walls and putting your hinges on all of the interior doors. High Quality Authentic Appearing Cabinet Knob Like so many of the repros at Historic Houseparts, this repro is VERY authentic appearing & high quality.
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This broad range can be further narrowed using another test: The more ornate the doors, the later in the 19th century the house was built.