These drawer locks are English; made by the Squire family. They have been making locks for more than 300 years.
The external case is solid brass. The internal mechanism is cased in a steel box, just as the old ones were. The operate smoothly and reliably. Each lock is supplied with solid brass screws and one decorative key as shown. Optional strike plates and extra keys are available for all locks and are shown below.
LK-1, 2, and 3 are single lever locks with pressed brass cases. LK-4 and 5 are two lever locks with extruded brass cases. The extruded cases are thicker and the lock movements are more precise. The extruded locks also have deep pins and are better suited for use with our Chippendale pulls and escutcheons.
LK-4 Half Mortise Drawer Lock, January 25, 2016 By Ned Strange (Alton, VA)
Used three of these when I reproduced a Kentucky sideboard with three large drawers. I appreciate the overall quality and smoothness of operation of these locks. In the past I have used a number of Horton's drawer locks, cupboard locks, box locks, and cabinet locks on various pieces of furniture I've made. I have found all Horton Products to be of the highest quality.
LK-4 lock assembly, January 26, 2015 By David Gizzi (Columbia, TN)
workmanship is clean and neat. lock body is secure when dropped. Much better than catalog cuts from woodworking magazines.
lock, September 18, 2014 By Anonymous (Elmira, NY)
The LK-4 is an excellant lock I use on grandfather clocks. The 1 1/8" distance to the pin allows room for a traditional escutcheon.