Contemporary styles dictate furniture has no uniform look. Simple, smooth, or ornate – anything goes. Modern pieces can replicate styles of decades or centuries past, and juxtaposing antique with contemporary pieces is not out of the ordinary. Yet, no matter if you are restoring an antique piece, creating a similar look from scratch, or looking for parts for contemporary furniture, hardware is always essential: for carrying, locking, opening and closing, or simply embellishing. Creating reproduction cabinet and furniture hardware in our Cromwell, Conn. facility, Horton Brasses has the parts to improve or complete your piece.
Why choose Horton Brasses? Our furniture hardware essentially melds the present with the past. Actual dies and patterns used to create knobs, hinges, locks, and pulls of yore are still implemented by our skilled craftsman. Rather than simply going with the tools, we preserve the trade. Although our furniture hardware is sturdy and dependable from modern construction, we hold onto the trusted and reliable early American craftsman methods and make no compromises with our work. When you order from us, you will find that the highest-quality furniture hardware is met with equally-excellent customer service.
Enhancing authenticity has been Horton Brasses' mission since beginning in 1936. Over the years we have been in business, our product lines have expanded and multiplied, and we have added foundry experience. However, the methods and approach remain the same, and into the 21st century, we continue to produce some of the finest, quality and appearance-wise, cabinet and furniture hardware for antique, reproduction, and contemporary pieces.
No matter if a contemporary piece is being embellished or older furniture being restored, Horton Brasses has the part. Our extensive selection of reproduction furniture hardware encompasses latches, knobs, pulls, handles, rosettes, escutcheons, hooks, hinges, trim, casters, and parts for tables, trunks, clocks, cabinets, and doors.
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