Cabinet, Furniture and Kitchen Hardware in Antique-By-Hand® Finish
Shorter in length but with a comfortable heft, this stately Victorian pull is designed for heavier drawers or wardrobe doors. Featuring ebonized wood and a patterned brass rosette, it's an authentic choice for your period furniture or cabinets. Circa 1870s. Hand-finished with our living antique patina.
Dangling tear drop pulls were popular throughout the late Victorian era. Typically found on Eastlake or Renaissance Revival furniture, they're a dramatic accent for your kitchen or bath as well. Solid brass with an ebonized wood pendant and our hand-applied antique finish.
These Victorian tear-drop pulls aren't just for furniture. Imagine the elegant impression they'd make on cabinets and drawers throughout your home. The 1870s design is recreated in solid brass with an ebonized wood pendant. Hand-finished with our living antique patina.
Bold and cheerful, this sunburst bin pull brightens any kitchen. The striking Eastlake style pattern (designed by Sargent, circa 1880), is reproduced in solid, cast brass and finished with our hand-applied antique patina.
This formal pull features an intricate foliage motif with a smooth center bead. Manufactured like the originals in solid stamped brass, it’s ideal for use on chests, china closets, or desks. Our exclusive Antique by-Hand finish ages gracefully over time into a beautiful natural patina.
Cast from gleaming, solid brass, this delicate drop pull is like a piece of fine jewelry for your furniture. Designed in the William & Mary style of late 17th century England, it features a dainty floral rosette and shapely beaded pendant.
This elegant 2 1/2-inch center-to-center pull features geometric shapes and bold, intricate details typical of Eastlake design. With a sturdy, stamped-brass back plate and solid-cast handle, it’s easy to grip and holds up under frequent use. Symmetrical, and somewhat formal, the pattern suits Victorian or classical interiors alike. Our exclusive Antique by-Hand finish ages gracefully over time into a beautiful natural patina.