Charles Rennie Mackintosh, a Scottish architect/designer/artist, gained recognition in the early part of the 20th century for his unusual use of square patterns combined with sensuous curves. While some consider his work to be in the Arts and Crafts style, others insist he blended Art Nouveau and Modernism. His work included public buildings and private residences and he often developed the furnishings and interior as well.
These designs complement Oriental and contemporary furnishings as well as Art Deco and Arts and Crafts homes. Each is a solid, heavy casting, and true to the period. Made in England, hand finished in the USA.
The AD-4065 and AD-4066 pulls mount with wood screws and require no through holes in the cabinetry.
brass drop pull, July 9, 2018 By Donald Long (Belvidere, IL)
this drop pull will give me a perfect finishing touch to my project nearing completion now just waiting to get my glass panels etched and then install my doors If you are looking for a pull for an old English craftsman style cabinet look no further. I will keep Horton Brasses on file for future use
Macintosh Vertical drop pull, September 26, 2017 By Anonymous (Nipomo, CA)
I ordered 4 of these pulls to finish an arts and crafts style storage cabinet. The pulls are substantial, well made, and have a beautiful finish. They compliment the cabinet well and would work with any arts and crafts or mission style piece of furniture. I will definitely use these pulls for future projects.
We love this hardware, November 6, 2014 By Anonymous (Dobbs Ferry, NY)
We love this cabinet pull. We bought them for our powder room custom cabinet. It looked perfect!
We want to buy more for our master bedroom cabinets.