H and HL hinges were used on all types of interior doors in colonial homes. Perfectly suited for closet doors, passage doors, and pantry doors. I have even seen them on large media cabinets.
Why use Horton's forge iron? Please visit our blog to learn about how we make it.
These are fully hand made in a coal forge. The edges are beveled and the texture and quality of the forge work is very evident. Linseed oil is allowed to penetrate the iron and the resulting color is a natural, dark hue that shows the hand work well.
H and HL hinges are surface mounted with black pyramid head screws, which are included.
We can make special sizes or hole configurations. Contact Orion for pricing and additional information.
Other door hinges are available—we make strap hinges, pintle hinges, butt hinges, and lift-off hinges for larger doors too.
Convenience. Made a mistake in measuring? Have a change in plans? No problem! Hardware is returnable for a refund or exchange, as you wish. If we made a mistake, we will correct it immediately, just give us a call and let us know. Change your mind? There are only two charges we do not refund: The Bright charge is a labor charge and cannot be refunded. Shipping is also not refunded.
Another of our blacksmiths shall remain nameless, as she is somewhat camera shy. She and her family live in a beautiful part of rural Kentucky on an old farm.
Horton Brasses produces more than 1,000 different pieces of authentic reproduction furniture and cabinet hardware at our factory in Connecticut. We use brass, iron, and various hardwoods to make knobs, drawer pulls, hinges, shelf pegs, bed bolts, casters, hooks and even clock finials!
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Horton Brasses Inc., 49 Nooks Hill Road, Cromwell CT 06416, 800-754-9127