Yale Doorknob Rosette Pair


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Yale Doorknob Rosette Pair

Pair of decorative doorknob rosette escutcheons by Yale. Cir 1940s? Wrought steel with brass finish. Rosettes measure 3 1/4h x 2w”.  A few scratches.

*Note- These vintage rosettes will not cover a modern 2 1/4″ door cutout. If you have a modern style hole, you will need a full sized door plate to cover.

This is an antique item and may show wear due to age. This may include scratches, pitting, patina, finish loss, rust or other general wear. We attempt to include any significant damage beyond regular wear within the description. We make every effort to clean as much paint, dirt and rust off of items while still leaving as much of the original patina as possible. Photos shown are of actual item you will receive.

This item may be shippable.

For more salvaged doorknob rosettes,follow the link here: https://www.saveinflorence.com/product-category/antique-hardware/rosettes/

Needing a larger cover? Check out our full door plates here: https://www.saveinflorence.com/product-category/antique-hardware/door-face-plates/


Yale Lock began around 1840 under Linus Yale Sr. in Stamford, CT. It specialized in handmade high security bank locks at the time. In 1852, Linus’ son joined the operation. In 1868, Henry Towne joined forces with Yale Jr. to become Yale & Towne. By 1894, Yale & Towne was a large name in the hardware industry and they purchased Branford Lock Works, incorporating some of their designs into their catalogues. In 2000, Assa Abloy acquired Yale but continues to produce under the Yale name.

Additional information

Weight 1.6 oz
Dimensions 3.5 × 2 × 0.5 in

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