Glossary of Terms
LEVER ON ROSE
CENTRE DOOR KNOBS & CUPBOARD KNOBS:
These knobs are rigid, opposed to mortice knobs which together with a spindle can be used to operate a latch tongue.
This is a key hole cover that has a plate which hides the key hole when not in use.
This term refers to the circular rose plate that a mortice knob or lever is mounted on, when it is concealed it means that the screws and fixing holes are hidden from view by a blank cover plate.
This is a standard mortice lock, which is set into the edge of a door and contains a square ended bolt operated by a key or a turn and release mechanism.
This is the surround plate used to cover the key hole cut out on a door.
The name given to a window over a door or the top light of some windows.
All our lever on rose furniture are supplied with matching screws, a spindle and fitting instructions.
Our lever on rose furniture have concealed roses, this means that the screws and fixing holes are hidden by a cover.
For doors that you have no wish to lock, they are generally fitted with a simple tubular latch.
For doors that you do wish to lock, it will be necessary to purchase an escutcheon (key hole cover) together with a sash lock.
For bedroom or bathroom doors that you may wish to lock without a key, you would need to purchase a turn & release (thumb turn) together with a bathroom lock.