An early American architectural style based on the Baroque period, William and Mary was popular from 1690 to the mid 1720s. Although the style is named after the late seventeenth century king and queen of Scotland, it was primarily seen in American colonial port cities. Dovetailing characterizes this look, embodying the confluence of comfort and luxury.
Also considered to compliment Queen Anne pieces, William and Mary hardware may be necessary for restoring such period antique or reproduction furniture. As Horton Brasses offers William and Mary pulls, handles, escutcheons, knobs, and other reproduction hardware, we additionally provide replacement parts, should the instance arise. For repairing your William and Mary hardware, find appropriate corresponding pins, teardrop pulls and handles, and knobs, all in brass.