The No 8305R Georgian cabinet knob has streamlined its more bulbous, 18th-century prototype. Refined moldings and a roped astragal within a shallow step adorn the updated knob. A cavetto molding at the base of the shank forms a transitionv to the optional rosette with an ogee profile ringed by a roped astragal, which is available at an additional cost. The classic simplicity of the knob is appropriate for traditional and contemporary interiors. Recommended finishes include burnished brass, polished brass, and polished nickel. It is often specified with the No 1305R Georgian knob, which is manufactured in a variety of sizes for full-sized doors. The knob is available in five sizes and is shown here with an optional rosette.