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Schlage Georgian Knob with Camelot Rosette

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Schlage Georgian Knob with Camelot Rosette
Georgian Knob with Camelot Rosette - Aged Bronze

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- 2 1/4" tall standard strike
- Shipped with rounded corner removable faceplate and adjustable backset drive in latch.


The Georgian knob is a popular round shape with an inset detail. The Camelot rosette has a stately and traditional appearance. Put them together and you have an instant classic.

  • Easy 3-step installation, only a screwdriver needed
  • Quality materials and construction for exceptional security
  • Lifetime and mechanical guarantee (Oil Rubbed Bronze is only a mechanical guarantee)
  • Quality finishes coordinate with plumbing and lighting
  • Adjustable backset
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Questions and Answers

Question What are the dimensions of the faceplate? I'm replacing an old 5 in backset and the hole for the lockset is larger than standard(ie 2 5/8 in)
Asked by: Jim - 4/11/2014
Question The Rosette Size on that is 4 1/8" x 2 3/4". Answer provided by:  Jake (4/21/2014)
Question Hi,does this price include the shoot bolt or do I need to buy it separate. I need two complete sets plus two Schlage deadbolt sets. Can these be keyed alike ?
Asked by:  - 10/19/2015
Question If you're buying a passage, privacy or keyed entry then yes it is a complete set with two knobs, strike plate, latch and mounting screws.

Yes we can key deadbolts of the same brand alike. Just enter a note in the comments as you check out. There is no charge for standard keying alike. Answer provided by:  Jake (10/19/2015)
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