See? Old can be pretty, too : )
This brings back lots of memories. These locks took a key called a "skeleton" key and the same key would work in any lock that looked like this one. One skeleton key was like a master key for every single house in my hometown. The doorknob is like those we had at home too. Lots of memories here.
Cool shot! I love the porcelain knob.
Morning Michelle, what a wonderful picture, love old doors and knobs.....If it could talk.....Easter Blessings Francine.
I have that same photo have I been in Smallville and not even known it?:)Love this. B
I wish I had 25 of those on my door in our house. It's lovely!
Thought provoking for sure....
very, very cool...
beautiful photo...the house I lived in as a kid had some door knobs and locks like that...ours all took skeleton keys...a skeleton key would open your locks and most of your neighbors locks...one wonders why they bothered
I LOVE old door knobs. My great great grandmother's farmhouse burned down, but I have the doorknob from it. Imagining how many times that marble knob was turned blows my mind.
I love that old doorknob. I bet so many people have used it in its time. Like that quote :)
lol but us people who have visited/lived with old doorknobs before?makes us want to break out the hand sanitizer LOLbut I agree, that is a very gorgeous photo - looks like a country living mag shot!
A wonderful image!!
That's the perfect image to start dreaming or writing!
That's very cool. Our home was built in 1890 and there are some really old ones in here too.
Love the quote, so true. Beautiful photo and thoughts. xx
Awesome photo and quote.
LOVE that porcelain door knob! We have some crystal doorknobs in our 100 year old farmhouse. Vintage places rock. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)
Nice shot of that old hotel doorknob. I bet it still is in use. They made those knobs to last. -- barbara
This reminds me of my grandmother's door that was between her kitchen and living room...which I always thought was a strange place for a door. Skeleton keys...wow..so long ago.
Love the picture and the quote, as always!
The lock on our back door looks a lot like this. And it still works. And we still use it.
My kind of shot. Love it.