The No 1432 knob, based on a design of the early 20th century and incorporating elements of the Aesthetic Movement, resembles an inverted egg seated in a compound molding. The uniquely designed square rose is framed by a wide chamfer. The knob is available in larger diameters for doors, as well as smaller diameters for cabinetry. Backplates for cabinet knobs can be provided upon request at an additional cost. Full mortise entry locks, privacy locks, passage latches, as well as tubular latches can be provided for use with this knob. All Nanz finishes are available, as is a variety of roses. The knob measures 2″ in diameter with a projection of 3-1/4”. It is also available in 5/8″, 3/4″, 1″, and 1-1/4″ as the No 8432.