Door & Drawer Furniture

Door & Drawer Furniture

We use the term lock for something with a key, and latch for something which merely restrains a door, but doesn't lock.

  • Drawer Handles Drawer Handles

    Drawer and locker handles.

  • Door Furniture Door Furniture

    Knobs, spindles, roses & escutcheon plates. (I've been longing to use that word, having no idea what it means) All spindles are 8mm (5/16") square.

  • Rim Latches Rim Latches

    The latches come as standard with strikers which mount in the frame. If you wish the striker to mount on the edge of the frame, you will need one of the strikers listed here.

  • Rim Locks Rim Locks

    This is where you may get confused with the orientation of the locks, so have a look at the data sheet mentioned below. As with the latches, if you wish the striker to mount on the edge of the frame, you will need one of the rim strikers. Click on the 'Large view' below to see diagram explaining in/out L/R.

  • Cylinder Rim Locks Cylinder Rim Locks

    These locks are designed for hatches etc. Opened on the one side with a key, you can open and close them on the other with a knurled knob - seen in the picture

  • Mortice Latches & Locks Mortice Latches & Locks

    These are mounted within the door - into a mortice.