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Brass Plated Table Lock

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Brass Plated Table Lock
Brass Plated Table Lock

Dual purpose lever lock and striker hardware is perfect for locking both table leaves and table halves, ensuring quick and easy table setups. Mechanism does not align table. Best for tables that have alignment pins.

(1) Brass Plated Table Lock mechanism
(4) Mounting screws
More Information
Brand Rockler
Weight 0.1500
Tech Spec
  • Base plate Dimensions: 2-1/4" x 2-9/16"
  • 15/16" projection
  • Made of brass plated steel
Outlet No
Hardware Type Locks
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4.8 / 5.0
51 Reviews
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The table lock is working well, It was easy to install and we would recommend to all who need this type of product.
December 16, 2018
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Yes I would recommend this
August 5, 2018
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Just what I needed
easy to install and really keeps the table halves snuggly together
July 5, 2018
8 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Just what we needed
Have a handmade dining table that we love, but the leaves kept separating. These table locks worked perfectly to solve the problem.
June 14, 2018
9 months ago
great product!
There is actually some sort of cam action inside these latches. So, even if you install them loosely, flipping the lock handle another 90 degrees draws the catch to the latching mechanism (suwweet!)
June 9, 2018
9 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Quality item. Worked perfectly with my table
March 20, 2018
11 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
great replacement
These are just like the original locks on my Oak Table.Would even say better made, great product
December 21, 2017
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Perfect Fit
I needed a replacement latch for a solid oak table with extensions that is over thirty years old. I found it on Rockler's site. It was a perfect match and I feel lucky to have found one. The price was reasonable, the quality first rate and shipping was fast. I would definitely shop here again.
October 23, 2017
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Needed to replace the broken table locks. These were perfect
October 16, 2017
1 year ago
Very nice
Well made. The spring-loaded cam lever provides more hold than I expected. Looks good.
October 9, 2017
1 year ago
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Why did you choose this?
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Some of the old latches stopped working.
JAMES A on Feb 17, 2019
To secure antique claw foot table in which the base splits to expand. Previous latches broke over time.
Vickie Bengard I on Jan 28, 2019
Some of the old latches stopped working.
JAMES A on Feb 17, 2019
antique oak table whose leaves won't stay together anymore
Browder L on Feb 2, 2019
To secure antique claw foot table in which the base splits to expand. Previous latches broke over time.
Vickie Bengard I on Jan 28, 2019
patrick u on Jan 11, 2019
Modifying dining table
Rod B on Jan 10, 2019
Found exact Mission table leaf locks to replace several broken ones over the last year. Bought few extras as the old brass ones must be brittle from age. Happy and Satisfied. BLW
Bruce W on Jan 3, 2019
This lock fitted my dining room table. It worked beautiful as the old one broke. I purchased 3 more just to be on the safe side.
Elizabeth T on Jan 1, 2019
This was a close match to the locks currently installed on my dining table, one of which was broken, so I ordered one of these as a replacement. However, I liked it so well that I ordered five more to replace all the locks on the table.
William . on Dec 31, 2018
To replace a missing lock
James S on Dec 29, 2018
Rebuilding old table that had these locks already on part of the table...others were missing but I want to have only one type of locking device.
Stephen W on Dec 24, 2018
Building a small dining room table with leaves and needed these to complete the project.
Craig T on Dec 17, 2018
My table fasteners rusted and one broke off so I ordered these to replace them.
TheTruth on Dec 2, 2018
Looks nice and was what I needed
Gary M on Nov 30, 2018
To fasten leaf that was cut in half
Bruce A on Nov 24, 2018
Needed three last time and only ordered one
Patricia Brand T on Nov 14, 2018
they matched up to the old ones on 100 year old table
Kenneth A on Nov 7, 2018
Appears to be a strong latch with wide base. Excellent reviews.
David E on Sep 28, 2018
Matched damaged piece of hardware to be replaced
Jason M on Aug 7, 2018
Replacing broken items on my table
Richard W on Aug 5, 2018
Perfect part ( lock ) to to repair my old round oak table. Thank You
Jackie M on Jul 31, 2018
Charles H on Jul 23, 2018
Mine had broken
Lucia M on Jun 21, 2018
lock table together
Andy K. on Jun 18, 2018
I'm building another crib and all of the items in this order are for this crib. This the 4th one that I have made for my grand children.
Garry S on Jun 2, 2018
was an exact replacement part for what I needed
Ron H on May 28, 2018
reviews sounded like a good product
gregory c on May 14, 2018
A simple solution that allows me to discard what Palettes sent to the furniture store to install on what should have been installed on the new table in the first place.
Thomas B M on Apr 30, 2018
To keep a new table from opening.
James S on Apr 28, 2018
William H. H on Apr 15, 2018
original to the table
Thomas P on Apr 12, 2018
John Z on Mar 31, 2018
needed replacement for trestle table
Katherine M on Mar 19, 2018
Needed replacement
Heather L. S on Feb 28, 2018
same ones i have. 1 spare and 1 replacement
PATRICK F on Feb 27, 2018
size seems to fit the ones we have.
Bruce H on Feb 26, 2018
Old dining room table that has openings when leaves are in.
Donna M on Feb 16, 2018
Replaces old lock
Carl P on Feb 14, 2018
for joining table leaves.
Scott B on Jan 29, 2018
replacement for broken locks
kevin h on Jan 24, 2018
Exact replacement of locks on 19 y.o. dining table.
Ron D on Jan 21, 2018
Just looked close to the broken ones on my leafs now.
Ted N on Jan 20, 2018
replace broken latch
Suzy G on Jan 4, 2018
We build a lot of tables with leaves so we use a lot of these.
Keith F on Nov 2, 2017
Very similar to existing broken catches on our dining room tale and leaves belonging to the set. Want to make repair.
Tom G on Oct 3, 2017
Neighbor had one missing.
Charles F P on Sep 18, 2017
Looks like a replacement for what is currently there.
Francis K on Sep 4, 2017
Replacement for broken lock.
Tom T on Aug 29, 2017
close to what the table has originally.
Kellie G on Aug 22, 2017
It is the same as the broken one on my table.
Susan G on Jul 23, 2017
Size and finish
THOMAS J on Jul 12, 2017
antique oak table whose leaves won't stay together anymore
Browder L on Feb 2, 2019
patrick u on Jan 11, 2019
Are there any existing CAD models of this hardware?
Kyle N on Oct 24, 2017
Hi, does this lock have any adjustment if it needs to be pulled in or out depending if it is locking too tight or loose causing gap in table leaf?
B G on Aug 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: There is no adjustment. I installed it with the table upside down and tensioned the table top using pipe clamps (lightly clamped) together. Carefully marked through the holes and drilled shallow holes then installed the parts. The camlock is somewhat forgiving in that you pull both parts together and once the cam is 'over center' it stops pulling and any travel past that point is locking the mechanism together. I think that once you lay the parts out and see how they function you'll agree it's not that hard to get a good install. - sjb
Could someone please tell me the mounting hole spacing?
Michael on Jun 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You can either do as Rick C did or you can make your own template.
The following is how I made my template:
1. Draw three parallel lines spacing 1/2 inch between the top line and the middle line and 13/16 inch between the second (middle) line to the bottom line.
2. The top line is for the catch. Drill two 1/8 inch holes (centered on the template) 1 1/2 inch apart.
3. The middle line is the center line to be positioned between the two table leaves.
4. The bottom line is for the latch. Drill two 1/8 inch holes (centered on the template) 1 3/4 inch apart.

I made my template out of thick cardboard. Thin plywood would also work very well.
Robert S. 9/7/16
Does the table lock come in a nickel finish?
A shopper on Jul 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: no, this is only offered in a brass finish
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