This wonderful set has all of its original pieces, 5 pieces in all: two knobs, one lock, one keeper, and one rosette. This cast-iron set comes from the Victorian era, around 1870 to 1890s. The lock set was used on a screen door. Every piece is highly decorated with flowers and leaves. It is in good working condition including the lock lever located on the front of the rim lock.
The rim lock is only 1/2-inch thick and mounts on the door. It measures 3 1/4 inches horizontally and 2 1/8 inches vertically. The matching keeper, that mounts on the door frame, measures 3/4 inch wide and 2 1/8 inches vertically. Each door knob is 2 inches round and only 3/4 inch thick. The knob necks are one inch long. The matching rosette that goes on the opposite side of the door measures 1 7/8 inches round.
The set includes a spindle, two set screws, and mounting screws.
Seldom does one see an entire set of this age and caliber. It is truly a work of art.