Sash Locks

The majority of these antique window locks are used for old (or new!) wooden double hung windows. They are installed on what is known as the “check rail”, which is the bottom rail of the upper sash and the upper rail of the lower sash. The top rail of the lower sash and the bottom rail of the upper sash meet when a double-hung window is closed. There are also locks in this category for casement or inward opening windows.

You might also want to check in Cabinet/Furniture>Latches since cabinet latches and window locks were oft times used for the same purpose.



Item #- Item
WL1015 Antique Eagle Claw All Cast Iron Sash Lock 1883

Antique Eagle Claw All Cast Iron Sash Lock 1883

The same amount of Eastlake style incising adorns this version of the eagle claw sash lock but this time the entire lock is cast iron. The feathers on the pivoting arm resemble an eagle claw. These locks have a clever dual action lock function. The catch is first aligned and then another turn... click picture for more info
WL1014 Antique Eagle Claw Cast Iron & Brass Sash Lock 1883

Antique Eagle Claw Cast Iron & Brass Sash Lock 1883

Loads of Eastlake style incising adorns both the cast iron base and the brass handle on top of this fancy sash lock! The feathers on the pivoting arm resemble an eagle claw. These locks have a clever dual action lock function. The catch is first aligned and then another turn cinches it in place... click picture for more info
WL1011 Replacement Sash Lock Catch Circa 1887

Replacement Sash Lock Catch Circa 1887

This catch is definitely pitted but if you’re desperate for a catch in this style and pattern you won’t care. This catch fits the lock pattern shown in the small photo. The lock is NOT included. Catch: 2-1/4” x 5/8”

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