Chippendale architectural facets ornately detail each solid brass drawer pull. Featuring a back plate, two posts, and one bail, Chippendale pulls and nuts are a confluence of rococo and neoclassical features, deep carvings, angular arches, and latticework, enhanced with florid details. More than 20 styles depict the popular styles of the period, and each is a beautiful enhancement for drawers, cabinets, and areas of your home.
Horton Brasses' extensive line of Chippendale drawer plates keeps period details intact and offer intricacies rarely found in present architecture and décor. A smooth, elegant handle has a pleasant feel, while the sturdy back plate holds up through years of repeated use.
The perfect solution, March 29, 2021 By Anonymous (Columbia, IL)
I was limited by the smallest of my drawers when considering and ordering drawer pulls. These ended up being the perfect size for what I needed. The Horton Brasses website was ideal because the drawer pull measurements are listed in every dimension,and diagrammed with dimensions laid out, so I didnâ€™t have to guess that what I ordered would be the right size. Also they are well made and there are multiple variations within a given style to choose from.
2nd Time, November 26, 2017 By Paul (Jordan, NY)(Verified)
This is the second time I've ordered these drawer pulls from Horton Brasses. The first time was for a Philadelphia Lowboy I built for my daughter. I searched the internet quite awhile for authentic Chippendale style pulls and decided to try Horton Brasses. I liked the fact that they were made in the USA. I was impressed by the pulls (especially the weight of the pulls) when they arrived and my daughter loved the finished product. This time I am building a Queen Anne style sideboard. I ordered the same style pulls, along with knobs and back plates. When I placed the order, I made a mistake and ordered bright finish door know instead of semi-bright. I called Horton and they immediately corrected the mistake. Their staff are incredibly nice to deal with.
Very nice, June 25, 2017 By Anonymous (NC)(Verified)
Came just as advertised and great quality.
Good but......., January 12, 2015 By Anonymous (LELAND, NC)
I would have rather paid more and got a "thicker" plate of brass. This served all my needs but the replacement is quite a lot thinner than the original pieces.
Horton Brasses note-our pulls are quite authentic. The antique originals were relatively thin. The metal we use is .040" (about the thickness of a dime).