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30mm Round Escutcheon | From The Anvil
From £11.47
Aged BrassAged BronzeEbonyPolished BrassPolished ChromePolished NickelRosewood+ 4 more
Beehive Escutcheon | From The Anvil
From £11.47
Aged BrassAged BronzeEbonyMatt BlackNatural SmoothPewter PatinaPolished BrassPolished BronzePolished ChromePolished NickelRosewoodSatin Chrome+ 9 more
Rim Cylinder Pull | From The Anvil
From £11.89
Aged BrassAged BronzeAntique PewterBlackExternal BeeswaxMatt BlackPewter PatinaPolished BrassPolished BronzePolished ChromePolished Marine SS (316)Polished NickelSatin BrassSatin ChromeSatin Marine SS (316)+ 12 more
Security Door Bolt | From The Anvil
From £12.29
BlackElectro BrassPolished ChromeSatin Chrome+ 1 more
Dummy Butt Hinge (single) | From The Anvil
Aged BrassAged BronzeBlackPewter PatinaPolished BrassPolished ChromePolished NickelSatin Chrome+ 5 more
Bean D Handle | From The Anvil
From £14.26
BeeswaxPewter PatinaBlackExternal Beeswax+ 1 more
Ball Bearing Butt Hinge (pair) SS | From The Anvil
From £15.16
Aged BrassAged BronzeBlackPewter PatinaPolished BrassPolished BronzePolished ChromePolished NickelPolished Stainless SteelSatin Stainless Steel+ 7 more
(304) 100mm Bolt Fixings for T Bar (2) | From The Anvil
From £15.35
Aged BrassMatt BlackPolished Stainless SteelSatin Stainless Steel+ 1 more
What type of door handle do I need?

This depends on your requirements.

For internal, non-locking doors, opt for a lever latch.
For bathroom doors, opt for a bathroom lever.
For locking doors, opt for a lever lock or lever euro lock.
For a multipoint locking door, opt for an espag. lever handle.
Door knobs and lever on rose handles can be used on all types of door (except for multipoint locking doors) when fitted with the correct hardware.

Are your door knobs sprung or unsprung?

All our mortice knobs are unsprung because they’re usually used alongside a latch and having a spring in both the door knob and the latch can make the mechanism stiff and hard to use.Because our knobs are unsprung, we recommend only using Heavy-Duty latches with them.

How many hinges do I need on my door?

This mostly depends on the weight of your door. Normally, a single pair (2 hinges in total) will suffice, but if your door is particularly heavy, such as a solid oak door, you can add half a pair of hinges (3 hinges in total) to help support the extra weight. This is true for all hinge types, including butt hinges and T hinges.

If you’re replacing your door, or having a new one fitted, you should talk to your carpenter about how many hinges you’ll need. If you’re still unsure, please contact us for help!