The card of the mariner's compass; also, a circular card with radiating lines, used in other instruments.
Decorative trim around knob or lever covering face bore. Also referred to as Rosette and Escutcheon.
This is a circular plate on which the handle or knob are mounted.
A circular band that provides a neat finish to the hole that accepts a lock in a door or frame.
A circular trim plate attached to the door under the knob or lever.
The circular plate surrounding the knob or lever that is flush against the door.
A decorative plate or panel that a door handle or electrical flex may pass (ceiling rose).
Decorative grille to allow warm air to escape from the upper part of the hall; it usually surrounds the suspension point for chandelier.
Also called a rose, a rosette is a small, decorative plate surrounding the base of a doorknob or handle that hides the joint of the handle and surface.
n. a usually circular escutcheon
A circular cover plate attached to the stile directly behind a knob or door handle. May be plain or have a decorative design embossed into the cover.
circular plate on which the moving parts of a handle or knob are mounted.
A decorative backplate for knobs and levers, often round- or oval-shaped. The trim plate is attached to the door under the knob. It sometimes acts as a knob bearing. Hardware Terms S
A trim plate attached to the door hardware behind the knob.