Rounded Furniture Locks
Rounded Furniture Locks are a widely used 20th century style used on drawers, right hand and left hand doors. Their polished steel construction and light weight are authentic to the late 1800's into the 1900's. These are an early style "machine" lock easily installed in mortises cut by routers or machinery. The lock has an angled selvedge edge seen on many furniture pieces from this time frame. Strike not included as not required. This is a very reasonably priced lock, as such: locking mechanism is average, not as smooth as finer made brass locks, yet is serviceable. Made in Asia. If using on doors please select according to side door is hinged on. For additional lock information, please scroll to bottom of page and click appropriate link.
• Sold each
• Supplied with one Antique finish key.
• Includes wood screws for mounting.
• Material: Steel
• Finish: Polished
• Keyhole-covers not-included as style of keyhole-cover is dictated by furniture period. See related-items, left column
• Distance between: selvedge-edge of lock to center-of-pin in keyhole. (see diagram above)
• When replacing locks: the backset is most crucial as it
must match cutout in furniture for lock to line up correctly with existing keyhole,
• Use Key-measurements to determine if key slips keyhole