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Item # 4484L

Rounded Steel Lock, doors hinged left

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Half Mortise Locks

Product Info
  • for drawers or doors hinged on left
  • Sold each
  • Supplied with one Antique finish key.
  • Includes wood screws for mounting.
  • Material: Steel
  • Finish: Polished
  • Keyhole-coversnot-included as furniture style dictates keyhole-cover design
  • Insert Escutcheons:#0242,#0237 or #0253  can be used with this lock

  • Size

    When replacing locks: Lock-backset must match keyhole-location in furniture. This is critical so that key can be inserted through door or drawer front into lock-keyhole. If these 2 measurements do-not match, it will not be possible to insert key through furniture keyhole into lock. See diagram below. 

    Lock:
  • Backset- Distance To Pin: 5/8"
  • Overall: 1-3/4" W x 1-9/16" H
  • Selvedge: 3/8" x 1-3/4"
  • Bolt Projection: 1/4"

  • Key:
  • Barrel: 3/16" x 1-3/8"
  • 2-5/16" Overall Length
  • Key-bit Height: 3/8"

  • Rounded Furniture Locks are a widely used 20th century style used on drawers and doors hinged on left. 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. 

    To measure and select this half mortise locks we recommend reading: What you need to know about selecting and replacing half mortise locks.

    for Cabinet Doors Hinged Right

    Half Mortise Rounded Steel Locks - Right

    How to select Half Mortise Locks for drawers, doors and boxes

    If Using Brass Wood Screws

    Care is required when installing brass screws. While these screws are the best match for most antique hardware however they are not as strong as steel screws. The screw is easily damaged if the hole is not properly prepared.

    The best practice is to first drill a pilot hole. Use a drill bit slightly smaller than the overall width of the screw, including threads, to drill the hole. Then use a steel screw, the same size as brass screw, to “cut threads” in pilot hole, by screwing steel screw into and then out of hole.

    When will my order ship?


    Orders normally leave our warehouse in 1 – 2 business days

    Ground delivery usually takes 3-5 business days depending upon your location. We ship out of Maryland

    Ground Shipping is Free on Orders over $99 to the 48 contiguous states, USA

    Low $6.95 flat-rate shipping for orders less than $99 to the 48 contiguous states, USA

    Air and International shipping is calculated according to carrier rates, box size and weight. Please call or email for assistance.

    Returns are accepted within 60 days of receipt for a full merchandise refund - your original payment method will be credited for the merchandise amount.


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