Delicate embossed oval pulls, stamped and finished one at a time. If you have existing holes, carefully measure from the middle of one hole to the middle of the other. This is called the boring. Then choose a pull with the same boring as yours. This way, you will not have to drill new holes and possibly affect the value of your antique piece.
based on 3 Customer Reviews
Drawer Pull, April 4, 2017 By Anonymous (Cleveland, TN)(Verified)
I am very satisfied with my purchase. I looked for a long time to find a drawer pull with 2 1/4 boring, so I am very thankful for your company and the quality of your product.
Not cast brass, November 1, 2016 By Thomas Pratt (Marietta, GA)
I had trolled the antique stores to decide which brasses to put on my a'antique" project and decided to go with the hepplewhite pulls. I was somewhat disappointed that they were not solid brass rather than the ones pressed from a thin sheet of brass; i,e. they were not cast!
NOTE FROM HORTON BRASSES: Hepplewhite pulls have always been stamped from thin sheet brass. They originate in the late 1700's at the beginning of the industrial revolution. Stamping technology was very new and the tool and die makers of the time discovered they could make very intricate patterns using stamping with thin metal. The quality of a Hepplewhite pull isn't in the weight, but rather in the detail and crisp edges of the stamping.
We are very proud of our Hepplewhite's and have been making them in an authentic way for nearly 80 years now.
DRAWER PULLS, July 29, 2015 By Anonymous (medford, OR)
I was very pleased with the quality of the drawer pulls and the promptness of the exchange I had requested.