This oval door-knob pair is from the Victorian era. A garland pattern runs around the outside of the oval shape and a beaded band is inside of that. The door knobs are of a two-piece construction. The top was made separately and then crimped onto the base. The knobs are heavy with thick necks.
Each knob measures 2 3/4 inches by 1 3/4 inches. The necks are 3/4 inch wide. The spindle is riveted into one knob. The other knob is applied using a set screw. The length between the two door knob necks is 2 inches.
The set screw is included.