Our heavy-duty, cast brass sash lock is a House of Antique Hardware exclusive! This distinctive design, with its tall half-cup keeper, is the type found in early 20th century schools, offices and commercial buildings, as well as fine homes. Made of durable, non-rusting cast brass, it holds your windows securely in place. The brass is polished and left un-lacquered.
Our heavy-duty, sash lock in oil-rubbed bronze is a House of Antique Hardware exclusive! This distinctive design, with its tall half-cup keeper, is the type found in early 20th century schools, offices and commercial buildings, as well as fine homes. Made of durable, non-rusting cast brass, it holds your windows securely in place.
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Our Number-45 Un-Lacquered Brass Sash Chain is typically used for counterbalance systems on double-hung windows. Made of rust-resistant solid brass, it is a decorative and more sturdy alternative to standard cord options. Ideal for new construction, or for replacing a worn or damaged system.
Our 4-Inch Arts and Crafts Ball-Tipped Door Hinge captures the true spirit of Craftsman design. Made of durable cast brass, it features a rugged, hammered surface. A velvety oiled bronze finish, with subtle copper highlights, completes the vintage effect.
A House of Antique Hardware Exclusive! This exquisite Italian Renaissance design is a faithful recreation of Russell and Erwin's Pisano pattern of 1897. Precision cast in solid brass, these Victorian door knobs are beautifully detailed and incredibly substantial. Suited for restorations or new construction, they add a touch of understated luxury to any interior.
What a dignified addition to your decor! Our Lion Head Floor-Mount Door Stop dates from the Victorian era but is Neo-Classical in spirit. This regal design is reproduced in solid brass and comes in a popular Oil-Rubbed Bronze finish.
The design for this distinctive hook-style sash lock dates to the 1870s. The crisp Eastlake pattern is just as fresh and appealing today. Reproduced in solid, cast brass, polished and left unlacquered.
Reproduced from a circa 1910 original introduced by Sargent and Company, our Art Nouveau Door Plate brings an elegant touch to your decor. Its Alby design recalls organic motifs of the period showcasing a graceful, floral pattern. Beautifully forged in solid brass, it is left unlacquered, allowing it to age gracefully over time just like the antique originals.
A House of Antique Hardware Exclusive! Our Victorian Back Plate is the most intricate and elegant you'll find anywhere. The exquisite Italian Renaissance design, with its fluted border and floral accents, is a faithful recreation of Russell and Erwin's Pisano pattern of 1897. Precision cast in solid brass, they're beautifully detailed and incredibly substantial. Suited for restorations or new construction, this decorative plate adds a touch of understated luxury to any interior. Available in a dark bronze finish with copper highlights.
Our exceptional Windsor pattern 4-inch brass hinges are some of the most beautiful and finely cast hinges on the market. Introduced by Reading Hardware in 1885, the whimsical aesthetic design is just as fresh and lovely today. Made of solid cast brass with a polished, un-lacquered finish.
The centerpiece of this double pocket-door mortise lock features bold geometric markings surrounded by delightful floral patterns. This circa 1880's Eastlake design is reproduced in solid, cast brass with all brass interior working parts. The faceplate and strike are left unlaquered and will develop highlights with use, just like period originals. Pair with our matching pocket-door pulls.
This decorative door bell reveals the eclectic side of Victorian design. The exuberant mix of Eastlake, Baroque and Neo-Grec elements makes it a wonderful choice for most any late 19th century home. Cast in solid brass and available in a period oil-rubbed bronze finish.
Stylized hearts and flowers decorate this ornate mechanical doorbell. Based on a Victorian original pattern, it makes a delightful ring-a-ling sound when turned. Beautifully cast from solid brass, it comes in a popular dark bronze finish to blend in with most decor.
Our elegant Single Duplex Cover Plate was derived from P & F Corbin's Como pattern of 1905. To capture every intricate detail of the originals, this neoclassical design is faithfully rendered in stamped sheet brass. Lightweight, yet durable, it comes in a period highlighted bronze finish.
Spare and square, this distinctive glass pull is a must-have for the modern kitchen and bath. The crystal clear handle is mounted on a sturdy, forged brass base, and may be installed horizontally or vertically. The contrast of clear glass and dark oil-rubbed bronze will stand out anywhere!
Press-fit style sash pulleys were found in most American homes in the early 20th century. Authentic and easy to install, they are still a great choice for restorations or new construction. Common size can replace many old pulleys. Made of durable steel and available in Oil Rubbed Bronze finish.
Reproduced from a circa 1910 original introduced by Sargent and Company, our Art Nouveau Door Knobs bring an elegant touch to your decor. The Alby design recalls organic motifs of the period showcasing a graceful, floral pattern. Beautifully forged in solid brass, they are left unlacquered, allowing them to age gracefully over time just like the antique originals.
We don't often think of a door stop as a major design element, but this lovely floor-mounted model is an exception to the rule! The cap is embossed with a fluted pattern, so elegant and attractive you'll hate to hide it behind your door. Made of solid brass, with a durable black bumper and a classic Oil-Rubbed Bronze finish.
This small Eastlake style rosette is reproduced from a circa 1880s original. The stunning star design is captured in heavy-duty cast brass, polished and left unlacquered for natural aging. Not for use on modern pre-drilled doors.
This delightfully decorative brass hinge embodies the Victorians' passion for elegant design. The stylized vines, patterned barrel and distinctive steeple finials will accent your most formal interiors. Made of substantial forged brass, with a popular oil-rubbed bronze finish.
Reproduced from an 1880s original, this Victorian style handrail bracket features an intricate tripartite pattern and elegant moulded profile. Large in scale and highly ornamental, it gives any stair a touch of grandeur. Made of heavy duty cast brass and finished in a popular oil-rubbed bronze.
Exclusively from House of Antique Hardware, this elegant picture rail hook is an authentic reproduction based on an original that dates back to the turn-of-the-20th century. Made from solid brass with a traditional Oil-Rubbed Bronze finish, this hook is sturdy as well as pretty. Decorative motifs including bead-and-reel, ribbon-and-bow, and a gently swaged flower garland echo the neoclassical British Adam style.
Capture the true spirit of Craftsman design with this rugged and artistic dummy entry handle. The distinctive window-pane pattern, originally known as Bastile, was designed by Pacific Hardware of Los Angeles around 1912. Made of durable cast brass, our reproduction captures the rough, hand-hammered look of the originals. A velvety oiled bronze finish with subtle copper highlights completes the vintage effect.
P. & F. Corbin featured this stately pocket door pull in their 1905 hardware catalog. The Mantua pattern, as it was called, features a lavish array of neo-classical ornament and is suited to formal interiors of any era. True to the original, our exclusive pull is reproduced in stamped sheet brass with an un-lacquered finish.