10 Easy Pieces: White Porcelain Doorknobs by

Issue 34 · Summer Wrap-Up · August 27, 2014

10 Easy Pieces: White Porcelain Doorknobs

Issue 34 · Summer Wrap-Up · August 27, 2014

White porcelain doorknobs—popular from the Civil War to the 1930s— have a classic, summery appeal that works year-round. Here are some favorite options.

Rejuvenation Home White Porcelain Door Knob, Remodelista

Above: Classic and clean, the White Porcelain Doorknob is $35 at Rejuvenation Hardware.

Porcelain Door Knob by Thomas Hoof, Remodelista

Above: Thomas Hoof Produkt in Germany offers a Porcelain Door Set that includes two knobs and two key rosettes for €33.50.

Nanz White Porcelain Door Knob, Remodelista

Above: High-end hardware purveyor Nanz of New York is the holy grail of hardware; locate a dealer and peruse the offerings at Nanz.

Classic Rosette Door Knob, Remodelista

Above: The Classic Rosette Door Set in white porcelain and polished chrome is $83.22 from Amazon.

Pair of White Porcelain Door Knobs, Remodelista  

Above: This Pair of White Porcelain Doorknobs has a solid brass shank and polished chrome base and is $40.99 at Amazon.

Emtek Ice White Door Knob Set, Remodelista

Above: Emtek's Ice White Doorknob Set is $96 from Low Price Doorknobs.

Porcelain Doorknob from Nostalgic Warehouse, Remodelista

Above: Nostalgic Warehouse's White Porcelain Knob is designed for indoor/outdoor use and available in six different metal finishes; $36.54 from Knobs and Hardware.

Emtek Products in White Ceramic, Remodelista

Above: Emtek's Almond Knob is $96 at Emtek Hardware.

White Porcelain Door Passageway Knobs, Remodelista

Above: The Doorknob Passageway Set in white porcelain is $73 each, $67 each for a set of three, and $49 each for a set of 10 at the Renovator's Supply.

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N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on May 1, 2013, as part of our Renovation and Reclamation issue.

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