We offer a variety of knobs in this section, suitable for a wide range of uses. Our knobs are used in kitchens and bathrooms, on dressers and closets, and on furniture of all sorts. Knobs are available in a wide range of finishes and sizes. Matching drawer pulls are also available.
Although knobs are stylish and reflect period details, functionality is paramount. Smooth or intricate, our knobs, finished by hand, offer a comfortable grip and smooth surface. Strong construction compounds beautiful facets, such as hammering and design minutiae. From elegant and round timeless styles to specific period features, our knobs complement reproduction furniture and rooms all over the home. Along with a choice of architectural fashions, our hardware comes in several shapes, finishes, and sizes.
During the Victorian era, it was very popular to combine wood with brass. The wood parts were usually painted gloss black, and the brass parts were usually shiny. The wood and brass amalgamation is just one style of Victorian knob we offer. For dressers, doors, cabinets, and furniture, our Victorian knobs are intricately-designed brass with a choice of bright, light, dark, or antique finish.
Based on original period patterns, all brass Victorian hardware compliments each other. Embellish and accentuate rooms in your home, reproduction furniture, or kitchen cabinets and cupboards with these beautiful brass or wood accents.
Plain wood knobs are available in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Ready for finishing, these knobs can be stained or painted. Machine screws are provided for knobs without wood shanks, and each cupboard turn is shipped with a steel pin to anchor the finger.
For matching existing wooden doors, drawers, or cabinets, choose from maple or cherry, or shaker-style wood knobs. Available in a variety of shapes, including mushroom and round, and sizes, a set of knobs from our selection is sure to match contemporary and reproduction fixtures, blending in and adding character. For a distinct period look, consider our eye-catching Victorian knobs, painted a glossy black and embellished with a distinct brass face.
Sustainability. We choose our packing materials with the planet in mind. We use popcorn and newspaper. The popcorn, made from cornstarch, is a harmless alternative to Styrofoam. It is completely biodegradable and dissolves in water. The newspaper we use represents the ultimate recycling. Our employees bring it in and we reuse it!
Mary ships between 40 and 75 orders a day with amazing accuracy, and little help. It is due to Mary, the office, and the entire finishing staff that our policy of shipping all orders in a day or two is possible.
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