The No 1004 Georgian knob was frequently used in neoclassical Park Avenue apartment buildings of the 1920s. The ogee face and torus edge of the knob surmount the shallow cove of the shank, which is echoed in the edge of the rose. The design of the knob goes well with a great variety of finishes, including polished nickel, burnished brass, pewter, antique brass and dark oxidized bronze. The knob may be provided in 2”, 2-¼”, 2-½”, and 3” diameters for doors, as well as in ¾”, 1”, 1-¼”, 1-½”, and 1-¾” diameters suitable for cabinetry. Roses for cabinet knobs are available upon request at an additional cost. Full mortise entry locks, privacy locks, passage latches and tubular latches may be provided for use with this knob. All Nanz plated and patinated finishes are available as is a variety of alternative rose designs.