Although Horton Brasses has been crafting bail pull handles since 1936, the designs and shapes of this metal hardware hark back to far earlier periods. Hammered or stamped and punched bail pull designs capture and stay faithful to various period styles: the 1900's Arts and Crafts look of exposed wood, early American colonial, Victorian, Art Deco, and other attractive and classic forms of the 17th through the 20th centuries.
Antique reproduction bail drawer pulls are not complete without a light or dark finish, and many bail pulls, with or without backing plates, offer a choice of shades. Choose from several round, angular, or intricate bail pull combinations for enhancing the sturdiness and styles of drawers, cabinets, and other features of your home.
If you are building a new piece of furniture or restoring an old piece, you probably know the style and this is the place to start. All of our bail pulls are measured by the boring of the pull. A 3" bail pull will fit a boring that is 3" from center to center. If you need help with installation, refer to our boring and installation guide. If you know the size of the pulls you are trying to replace, refer to our boring chart to see all the hardware in that size.
Chippendale Pulls Our Chippendale drawer pulls enhance your furniture with authentic 18th century style. Choose from more than 20 different designs, with several finishes available. Made in the USA.
Arts & Crafts Pulls While designed in the present time, Arts and Crafts drawer pulls from Horton Brasses capture the architectural style of the 1900s. Handmade in the USA.
Hepplewhite Pulls Hepplewhite pulls are delicately embossed drawer pulls. The designs originate with English cabinetmaker George Hepplewhite and date to the very early 1800's. Handmade in the USA.
Rosette pulls are some of the earliest style of drawer pulls, yet are so versatile they work nearly everywhere and in any style. Try a custom nickel finish for a one of kind look.
Victorian Pulls The Victorian era was not known for meek! And the hardware was no different. Far and away the most ornate hardware ever made. Each is a stamped or cast copy of an antique original. Unlike the originals, ours last forever. For something completely different-try them in nickel!. Handmade in the USA.
Queen Anne/William & Mary Pulls Hand chased brasses date back to 1680-1760, and are some of the earliest American drawer pulls. Each is made in the USA from solid brass, and has a sand cast bail.
Empire Drawer Pulls Empire brasses are notable for their detailed patterns and stampings. Round and octagonal Empire ring pulls were widely used on both drawers and doors and retain their popularity today.