Escutcheon is an old French word meaning a shield. Today it means: a flat piece of metal for protection and often ornamentation, around a keyhole, door handle, or light switch.
An escutcheon is often part of a lockset to protect the surrounding area from damage and wear from the end of the key when it misses the keyhole. OK, another way of writing this is that escutcheon is a fancy French word for keyhole cover. Of course, when your little covers are fancy and French, it’s fun to use the fancy French word for them.
E1 – Small Neo Classic Escutcheon $5.00 Height 1.5″Width 1.0″
E2 – Escutcheon $5.00 Height 2.0″Width 1.0″
E3 – Large Escutcheon $7.00 Height 4.75″Width 1.5″
E4 - E4 – Art Deco Escutcheons $5.00 Height 2.35″Width .75″
E 5 – Large Victorian Escutcheon $9.00 Height 4.5″Width 2.5″
E6 – Small Dainty Keyhole Cover $5.00 Height 2.10″Width .90″
E7 – Victorian Escutcheon $5.00 Height 1.75″Width 1.25″
(7 Styles)Victorian/Art Nouveau Escutcheons (Keyholes)- EFEX Flexible Moldings
- Perfect for any keyhole or just as a coverup
- Lightweight for quick and easy instillation
- Ready for paint and faux finish
- Modeled after original historical patterns and designs
- Made In The USA