Russell & Erwin, Yale & Town and companies such as Mallory Wheeler, manufactured the fine details of the newly constructed Victorian-era houses. In addition to elks, horses, dogs, flowers, various geometric shapes, and even Japanese Geishas were cast onto metal doorknobs. There were also ones with symbols of fraternal organizations, schools, state seals, and commercial insignias.
Throughout te late 1920s and all of the 1930s, high fashion came standard in most every aspect of life. Whether that was wardrobe or having the latest 'technology' in the home - every aspect was grand.
A classic from the 1930s was the Fluted-Glass Door Knobs with brass or bronze plates.