2-1/8" hole plug - Door Knob
I am trying to find a way to make a 2-1/8" wood plug to fill the void left in a door from a conventional door knob install. These are old 5 panel doors with glass knobs, that I would prefer to save, and the previous owner drilled for the newer conventional door knobs, above the old glass knobs and put a plate over the existing holes.
I want to go back to the original glass knobs, and plug the new holes, sand and re-paint the doors, but I cannot find any plug cutter. I would like to know where to locate a pre-cut plug, or what the best method to create a plug would be using standard tools.
Also, these doors are old, and was wondering if the plug would look that bad even when painted, that it may be worth it to put a vener over the raised sections, to appear as the old wood. Would it be noticable on the edges where the vener was laid? I currently have no experiance with veners, but wanted some advice on that. If this option would work...
Any suggestions greatly appreciated!