These classic little mushroom knobs are used for the pull-outs on desks and secretaries, small drawers, and on bread-board style work surfaces. Solid brass, made in Connecticut, 4 finishes and very inexpensive! Simple and understated.
Knobs are provided with your choice of a wood screw or machine screw (MSF). If you are using the machine screw and your wood is thicker or thinner than 3/4", please tell us the thickness of the wood in the comments section during the checkout so we can provide the proper screw.
Perfect Parts, December 6, 2021 By Brian R Peterson (Gibsonia, PA)(Verified)
Ordered these for the pull out tray tables on two old refinished end tables that were missing that I had remade and refinished, the knobs are perfect, however I ordered them too small. I needed the 1/2" version. Other than my error, A+ product!
Just right, May 8, 2019 By Anonymous (Brevard, NC)
I needed two of these for the pull-out slides on my reproduction 18th Century Queen Anne tray table. Because the knobs are smooth, it was a little bit difficult to screw them into the pilot hole. I needed to use pliers with the jaws cushioned. On one occasion the pliers slipped and nicked the edge, but 600-grit paper cleaned that up. They suit the project perfectly.
Worked Out Great, August 13, 2018 By Anonymous (fort Wayne, IN)(Verified)
I used these to replace knobs from a pull out work surface on an old desk. They worked perfectly!
Great Products & Great Service, February 8, 2016 By Charlie Franz (Homer, AK)
Horton provides top-quality products at fair prices and the customer service is the best of any company that I do business with. I couldn't ask for any better!
Desk pull out knobs, October 19, 2015 By Pat Musser (Confluence, PA)
Horton Brasses is the best quality of Mdse. Service is superb, staff is the easiest and most helpful I have ever dealt it. Appreciate your excellency in Mdse. And service. Would definitely use you ias my first choice in any thing you sell I need. Thank you for your expertise in all fields.
Solid brass knob, September 14, 2014 By Anonymous (Los Osos, CA)