This two-piece parlor door lock set is in working order, but there is no key. If you need a lock mechanism to fill the hole in a sliding two-door parlor door setup (and aren’t concerned about keeping it locked) this set will work nicely. A push button releases a pull handle on both sides of the lock. The large doors can be pulled closed with this handle that is built into the mortise locks.
The larger half of the mortise lock box measures 5 1/2 inches vertically by 3 1/4 inches deep. The face of the lock is concaved shape and is 7 1/2 inches long and 1 1/8 inches wide. The face is heavy steel with a copper coating and flashed with black. This treatment dates from 1900 to the 1920s. The pull handle is 1 7/8 inches vertically and one inch deep. There is enough space for two fingers.
The smaller half of the mortise lock box measures 5 1/2 inches vertically but only 1 3/4 inches deep. The face of the lock is the same size as its partner, with the same size pull handle, but the face is convex in order to “pocket” inside its partner.
This is a fine set. Sets such as this are hard to find with both halves matching and still together.
We will include four mounting screws.