The No 1003 Georgian knob, the very first product ever manufactured by The Nanz Company, was often used in Park Avenue apartment buildings by architects such as Rosario Candella, Mott Schmidt and James Carpenter. The face of the knob is broken by a series of steps diminishing to a cavetto with a boss at the center. The curving profile of the shank is continued by the flaring rose. The knob may be provided in 2″, 2-1/4″, 2-1/2″, and 3″ diameters for doors, as well as in 3/4″, 1″, 1-1/4″, 1-1/2″, and 1-3/4″ diameters for cabinetry. Roses for cabinet knobs are available upon request at an additional cost. Full mortise entry locks, privacy locks, passage latches, as well as tubular latches may be provided for use with this knob. Recommended finishes include burnished brass, pewter, polished nickel and antique gold. All Nanz plated and patinated finishes are available as is a variety of alternative rose designs.