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Branford Lock Works first produced this popular Eastlake pattern in 1884. Recurring design components include an open fan, the rising sun and bamboo. We collected original antique pieces and remade the moulds. Each piece is cast one at a time. Finishing is done by hand just as it was over a century ago. The relief has japanning to bring out the details. Noteworthy is the detailing on the reverse side of the doorknobs


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Finishes: Polished Bronze, Hand Antiqued Bronze

Back Plates: Passage, Keyed, Privacy (Turn Piece $10), Turn Piece

NOTE: Tubular privacy latches can be added to passage plates

Oriental Back Plates

  • Finish Codes

    Cast Bronze:

    US9A Polished Bronze

    US9B Hand Antiqued Bronze*

    *requires hand antiquing service charge



  • Description

    • Polished bronze looks like 24 carat gold.  
    • Hand antiqued bronze has a darker patina.6" x 2-3/16 with a "3/4" opening, 5/8" with bushing Sold by the pair with 5/8" screws.
    • Passage and Privacy (Tube) Back Plates are compatible with pre-bored doors.
    • Keyed, Privacy (Turn), and Narrow are not compatible with pre-bored doors. 
    • Privacy (Turn) Note: One plate has turn piece ($10) and one has key hole for emergency access. Turn piece pictured above.
  • Matching cupboard knobs and more

    Cabinet latches, shutter knobs, bin pulls and window lifts are just a few of the additional pieces offered in our Oriental hardware collection.

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