George Hepplewhite was an English cabinetmaker and furniture designer. His style is characterized by inlaid decoration, and light curvilinear forms. His renowned text: Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer's Guide, was published posthumously in 1788.
Delicate embossed oval pulls, stamped and finished one at a time. If you have existing holes, carefully measure from the middle of one hole to the middle of the other. This is called the boring. Then choose a pull with the same boring as yours. This way, you will not have to drill new holes and possibly affect the value of your antique piece.
Great Pull, July 21, 2019 By Eric S. (Savannah, GA)
The pull, with a great finish, perfectly complemented the project I was working on. The client loved it as did I and I will continue to use Horton's as my go to hardware supplier. Great service from start to finish!!
Crisp Details, July 6, 2016 By Nicholas Vanaria (Romeoville, IL)
VERY well made and the details on the eagle in the center are very crisp, clean, and clear. Definitely worthy of fine/historical furniture.
Federal Blanket Chest, July 21, 2015 By David Hermetet (Lancaster, KY)
I was looking for reproduction hardware to match furniture from the 1801 Liberty Hall in Frankfort, Kentucky. The replica Hepplewhite pulls were the perfect accent for my Federal blanket chest with drawer.