Arts and Crafts furniture became popular in the early 1900's. Gustav Stickley, William Morris and the Roycrofts changed furniture design radically and that influence continues to this day. Designers moved away from the flamboyance of the Victorian era towards function, durability and strong design. Joinery was often exposed, and oak was the dominant wood. Original hardware was hammered and very dark in color. More popular today than ever, this hardware flies off our shelves.
These arts and crafts knobs are handmade in the USA. The mission style drawer pulls feature a hammered face. These knobs are sized for cabinetry and furniture. Each arts and crafts knob is hollow and made from solid brass. They will match all of our mission hardware perfectly.
These mission style drawer pulls are darker than our usual antique brass finish, because generally the finishes of the arts and crafts period were very dark. If you are ordering other hardware along with these and want it all to match, just tell us so that we can make it all match each other. Just say 'all dark antique' or 'match all hardware' in the special instructions field.