This bulls eye pattern bed bolt cover is an exact copy of an early American original dating to the mid 1700's. Each is made from very thick solid brass stock.
Bed bolt covers hide the holes where the bed bolts enter the bed posts, and do so in a beautiful way. Beds need tightening periodically, and the covers can be swung up and exposed for tightening.
Authentic reproductions, our Bed Bolt Covers are exact copies of early American originals dating back to just after the revolutionary war. The designs are uniquely American, and were common during the Federal period. Today, Horton Brasses is one of only two companies still hand making traditional bed hardware in the USA. Our reproductions are stamped from very intricate dies and punches hand-made by our founder, Frank Horton, in the 1920's and 30's.
based on 7 Customer Reviews
Great Hardware for my bed project, May 4, 2017 By Eric S. (Savannah, GA)
I used these bed bolt covers for the restoration of a 19th Century Plantation bed. I requested the antique finish and they looked great on my project. I love the hardware, the company and the great service they provide!!
Great Product, May 3, 2017 By Eric S. (Savannah, GA)
I purchased 6 bed bolt covers to use for the restoration of a 19th Century bed and I could not be more pleased with the product. It arrived in a timely manner, exactly as pictured. Great product, great service and great company!
Great products and service, August 1, 2016 By Anonymous (STONEWALL, TX)
Will definitely buy again from Horton Brasses!
Perfect, December 21, 2015 By Heather (Chesterfield, NH)
Just as describedwe are so happy with this purchase!
bed bolt cover, August 3, 2015 By Anonymous (adell, WI)
It was perfect,it was hard to fine the antique color for hardware.
The Standard, November 4, 2014 By Headsh8ker (West Cornwall, CT)
Always the standard in brass hardware, we've been using these for forty years and can't imagine ever working without them. Best pricing, fastest delivery and best quality. Hat's off to Horton brass for constantly maintaining the fine tradition of brass made in the USA.
H-33 with custom finish, August 14, 2014 By bob gasperetti (east dorset, VT)
I already reviewed this but forgot to rate it which I am doing now. Sorry. bg