Above: That’s Angela turning oak doorknobs on the lathe.
Thank you for visiting our website. If you are looking for something a bit different to the mass produced door knobs out there you have come to the right place. Please browse our products page for examples of door knobs and cupboard/cabinet knobs available to buy. We have created several designs and shades of standard door and cupboard/cabinet knobs. The other doorknobs you’ll see on this page are turned mainly in rosewood and oak and have been designed in collaboration with our customers over the years. Where possible the materials for our door knobs are sourced within the UK. They are functional and practical as well as beautiful. Our knobs are individually hand crafted to our high standards using the best quality components in our workshop here in North Pembrokeshire.
Knobbs door knobs are tailor made to order and so we do not have rows of them sitting on shelves. We hope you can appreciate why we cannot have an “add to basket” option for you to purchase our doorknobs, as we don’t do production runs. Every order is unique and the process of turning them does take a little time. We are however in the process of setting up an on-line shop just for our standard doorknobs and cabinet knobs, this should be ready in spring 2015. If you are not sure what type of doorknobs you’d like please email or give us a call, we’ll do our best to help.
Our door knob sets make unique and thoughtful gifts – possibly as housewarming, wedding, birthday or even Christmas presents. Please give us enough time to make and put together your doorknobs – usually a couple of weeks but this can be a little longer if we are very busy.
From country cottages to stately homes, contemporary new builds to period renovation projects and everything else inbetween Knobbs doorknobs never go out of fashion!
Commissions and trade enquires are always welcome. As our doorknobs are individually made size and colour may vary ever so slightly.
**Farrow and Ball colours now available on our cupboard/cabinet knobs. See the news page for more information**
– Tim and Angela