Early Connecticut Colonial

This is an early Connecticut home, lovingly restored by its owners, along with the help of an outstanding restoration contractor named Kevin Rooney. It took more than a year, and over the course of time, we got to know the owners pretty well. This is the inside of one of the exterior doors and shows the use of our HF-36 driven pintles with HF-40 strap hinges with Bean ends. The door is bolted from the inside with an HF-23 slide bolt. The HF-17 Suffolk latch has a handle on the outside and the bar set you can see here on the inside. Often it is hard to imagine exactly what the inside of a latch set actually looks like, but in this photo you can see the inside quite clearly.

iron door hardware

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