Nitty Gritty Furniture Design and Restoration


Keys and Escutcheons

Locks are important for some purposes, and while we install locks on a regular basis, many clients just like the look.  So we use a mock key (it is hollow and screws to the door from behind).  We also usually use an escutcheon, a fancy word for a plate that partly covers the key hole and protects the wood from damage through use.  We show many different versions below.  For more info email us

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