Laura’s neighbor has planted a few in the rock garden. I’ve got glass doorknobs in my doors at home (built 1900)
Turns out although they been invented in 1826, glass doorknobs became really popular when metal was needed for WWI click to read
Here’s an article to determine just how old your vintage glass doorknob is….
And is it doorknob or door knob? here’s what grammarly says
“Is door knob a compound word?
Compound words can be written in three ways: as open compounds (spelled as two words, e.g., ice cream), closed compounds (joined to form a single word, e.g., doorknob), or hyphenated compounds (two words joined by a hyphen, e.g., long-term).”
Cool idea. Wow! Lots of info in one post.
Nice, these look adorable in the DoorKnob Garden, great idea. I love the glass doorknobs.
I have a new appreciation for them.
Our house was built in 1930. We have been lived in it for 45 years. We have glass door knobs. Some are tricky. You must turn the knob completely before you try to open the door or the knob might come off in your hand. Ahhhh, the pleasures of an older home. Your articles are informative. I looked at new ones and it is true that they are nowhere near as good as the originals. I did not realize their value. It looks like a trip to a home salvage place like Construction Junction might be in order. I wondered how the door knobs in your photos might reflect the sunlight.
I love garden art and these knobs fit well with the succulents.
Love the grammar lesson at the end of this post. Who knew? (#nerdalert #languagelover)