Russell & Erwin Harrington Door Set


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Russell & Erwin Harrington Door Set

Door set made by Russell and Erwin. Harrington design. This is a later cast iron version with a gold finish. The pattern dates between 1897-1909. Earlier versions are made of brass. This cast iron version appears in the 1909 catalogue. The finish is worn more on one side (one door plate and one doorknob). This set consists of two matched door plates and a matched doorknob set complete with adjustable shaft.

The door plates are shaped with a bead design around the outside and intertwining leaves at the top and bottom. The plates measure 8″h x 2 1/4w. They are marked on the back 4986 Harrington.

The doorknobs measure 2 1/4″ diam. They feature a bead design around the outside with a swirl of leaves in the middle.

The doorknob shaft can be adjusted to fit doors between 1 1/4″- 2 1/8″ thick. If a different size shaft is needed, please let  us know. We may be able to swap out.

This Russell & Erwin Harrington Door Set 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.

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Russell and Erwin / Russwin

Russell and Erwin Manufacturing was established in 1839 in New Britain, CT. under the name of Stanley, Russell & Company. The founders include Henry E. Russell, Cornelius B. Erwin and Frederick T. Stanley. Upon Stanley’s withdrawal just one year later, it became Matteson, Russell and Company to reflect a new partnership with Smith Matteson and John H. Bowen. Six years later, the company officially becomes Russell & Erwin. In 1851, it becomes Russell & Erwin Manufacturing Company. They merge with P. & F. Corbin in 1902, but continue to produce under the Russell and Erwin name. American Hardware and Russwin were also brand names used off and on in conjunction with the Russell and Erwin name. By 1964, the division again separated and was purchased by Emhart Manufacturing under the name Russwin. It continues today under the name Corbin Russwin, owned by Assa Abloy.

Additional information

Weight 22.1 oz

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