Transform the mundane into the magnificent with reproduction hardware from Horton Brasses, Inc. Made out of superior-quality brass, hand-forged iron, nickel, or another metal in our Cromwell, Connecticut location, antique style enlivens even the most ordinary aspects of a space. Handles, knobs,decorative trims, and other hardware give old furniture a new character,complement a new or remodeled piece, or replace a common item with a stand-out traditional or contemporary look.
More than a distributor, Horton Brasses designs all reproduction hardware for our store in our own factory. All handles, knobs, trims, hooks, and other brass and iron hardware are then shipped from our Cromwell location. Items are cast from solid brass or hand-made with a hammer, anvil, and coal forge, with all finishing done manually.
Horton Brasses hardware captures the architectural styles of yore.Embellish your home, space, furniture, or appliances with an early American colonial, Victorian, Art Deco, or modern touch. Coupled with the unique style is a great feel of fine, custom craftsmanship.
As you browse through our store’s extensive selection of handles, pulls,knobs, decorative trim, hinges, hooks, keyholes, latches, locks, and nails,choose from a variety of shapes, finishes, and styles to achieve the right look.
Horton Brasses has been making antique drawer pulls since 1936! Drawer pulls are pretty important, after all, you touch them every day. Solid brass drawer pulls last forever, feel great when you touch them, look wonderful and even improve with age!
We offer a variety of knobs in this section, suitable for a wide range of uses. Our knobs are used in kitchens and bathrooms, on dressers and closets, and on furniture of all sorts. Knobs are available in a wide range of finishes and sizes. Matching drawer pulls are also available.
Finish off your project or complement your reproduction furniture with our brass, stainless steel, and iron fasteners. Find nails, brads, screws, and tacks in our selection.All wrought nails are made in the USA by the Tremont Nail Company, who have been making nails for 190 years.