This typical Eastlake door knob set was made by either E. C. Linde Mfg. Co. or the Norwich Lock Mfg. Company. Both companies made this pattern in 1882 and 1885. This very popular pattern has some variations, but we recognize it as a Charles Eastlake (1836-1906) style from the familiar daisy.
The cast brass knobs are 2 1/4 inches and are belted. The pattern, including more daisies, extends to the backside of the knob. The necks are straight. The back plates are smaller than the Victorian plates. They measure 5 1/4 inches long and 1 3/4 inches wide. The plates are heavy cast. (some catalogues actually suggest cast bronze instead of brass. It is hard to tell the difference.) The space between the door knob hole and the key hole is 2 1/4 inches. The plates are marked “Linde Co.”
A spindle and set screws and bronze screws will be included.