There are ten keys in the set, which are usually used by old American furniture to lock
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Curio & china cabinets, grandfather clocks, dressers, cupboards, roll top desks, among other furniture can be opened with these keys
Trial and error are truly necessary when it comes to skeleton keys. If you plan to purchase cabinet keys, make sure you check the barrel and bit dimensions.
Questions & Answers
Can you tell me if these are There's a hollow barrel key I need for my cabinet. ?
The hollow barrels on 10 keys of various sizes were all different in size. I was able to activate the second key after trying the first. Wishing you the best of luck!
it possible to label each key?
There is no need to buy spare keys. You simply need to check each individual key in the lock to see if it
Do these only fit cabinets or are they likely to fit a mortise door lock as well? There are old locks and doors in my house I need a key for. ?
There is no way to test these on a lock on a door Smaller than it should be.
Selected User Reviews For Skeleton Key Set Reproduction for Antique Furniture - Cabinet Doors, Grandfather Clocks, Dresser Drawers | KY-10S
I found the first to be effective
A cabinet that had been locked for 20 years had been purchased with these keys to see if I could open it. My judgment was that it wasn't worth spending $50 to $100 on a locksmith to open it, so I ended up spending $30 or more. There were several reviews where buyers said that they had to use 3 or 4 or 5 keys before they could get their locks I selected the very first option and it.
| Jul 16, 2020
I was unable to access any of the keys! The purchase was not the best! As a result of reading so many reviews and thinking that I would only have one chance of getting this key to work if I only ordered one key, I decided to bite the bullet and order this entire set! Having heard so many people say that they fit modern jewelry boxes, I was excited to try them out this afternoon
As you know, I upcycle jewelry boxes that I find at thrift stores and garage sales, and many of them have lost their keys. There might be a couple of these keys that fit some jewelry boxes that I have that are missing Today only one of the keys on these 3 clothing boxes worked! This is the third jewelry box that I tried tonight that has a lock! On the keychain, there are ten different keys which meant I had a one in ten chance of at least one working. Unfortunately, none of the ten keys fit three of them, so I had no choice but to replace them. These are pretty keys, I'll keep them for future pieces of furniture I buy that don't have a key, as I paint a lot of large pieces of furniture too, but I'm not hopeful they'll be anything more than goodies for the decorations! It's a real disappointment!.
| Mar 26, 2021
Those skeleton keys are pretty awesome
A flange broke off on the original key of our antique armoire during a move, so I was having a hard time opening it with my fancy tools. My collection is now enriched by having these as a new addition. In addition, they look fantastic. As far as I recall it's actually two copies of five different keys, each in a different finish (gold or brass). It doesn't matter though, they work and I love them.
| Jul 18, 2020
The information I needed was exactly what I needed
I searched for keys since the key was missing so I decided to try to find it. It paid off to get various reproduction keys at a reasonable price. One of the keys for the lock, as you can see. So now I'm anxious to go and buy other old furniture to try them all. Thank you very much for your kind words.
| Nov 08, 2020
You can actually use these keys! In my mother's old dresser, I needed to open a drawer that was locked
A drawer with valuables was locked and valuables were placed inside. My pocket key seemed to be in my pocket, but it was nowhere to be found. I searched everywhere I could think of, including ridiculous places such as the refrigerator, but no luck. However, I also locked the spare key inside the drawer as well. The correct answer to your question is yes, I'm In order to avoid having to hire a locksmith to pick the lock, I decided to get a 10-hour battery-powered key switch instead It consists of a set of keys. assumed this was going to work for the lock based on other reviews. service call would likely cost less than the price of the repair. My success in opening the drawer was only surpassed by discovering I found TWO keys that fit the lock, and the other keys fit other items in the house as well. That was kismet! NOTE
PS. This will be the last time I keep these keys.
| Feb 25, 2021
In the end, the 10th key was the winning one! In our new house, a kind relative found a skeleton key and tried it on the desk door
He found it to work, though it was only half-heartedly successful. In an interior drawer of the lock cabinet was taped the key to the We ran into an issue, though, where the key used to lock the secretary would not I've tried for a few hours but I can't find it. (Don't ask why This ).
This ten key set arrived promptly, and I eagerly test each key one by one but I couldn't resist further testing Quite a few. The 9th key was the turning point for me when I started losing hope. It's a bingo! I found the perfect key on the 10th try!
We have a number of old pieces with similar old locks and I will keep these backups in a place that cannot be locked so that they won't get lost!.
| Jan 22, 2021
You've done it! I was able to get 3 keys out of the set for the dresser I am working on at the moment! now have the choice of three different keys to go with the dresser I am holding depending on the finish that I choose (which is amazing!) and my customer gets a working piece of furniture! The keys will be sized and labeled and kept as part of a master set so that I can order individual keys to replace missing keys on other pieces
The whole thing was well worth the money!.
| May 04, 2021
I found this to be helpful
The bookcase I bought was from the early 1900s and the secretary desk/bookcase was from the 1920s, but both of them had missing keys when I brought them home. I was finally able to lock both of them using this set of replica keys. There are no signs of damage or decay on the keys, and they appear to be solidly made and solid in weight.
| Mar 17, 2021