Hepplewhite Pulls

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  • All hardware includes all fasteners needed for installation. You can order extra fasteners if required.
  • All dimensions are measured width by height.
  • Hardware is available in several different finishes. 70% of our products are ordered in the antique finish.
  • Are there post holes in your furniture? The distance between them is called the boring. Learn how to measure borings.
  • Posts are 1-1/4" long. Find more information about other post lengths and wood thickness.

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.

H-27 ribbed oval, concave center 
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Antique (A)Semi-Bright (SB)Bright (B)Light Antique (LA)Dark Antique (DA)
$14.75
boring: 2-3/4" - plate size: 3-5/16" x 2-1/16"
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H-11 large pull - ideal for covering damage 
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Antique (A)Semi-Bright (SB)Bright (B)Light Antique (LA)Dark Antique (DA)
$17.00
boring: 3-5/8" - plate size: 4-1/4" x 2-1/8"
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H-37 convex center 
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Antique (A)Semi-Bright (SB)Bright (B)Light Antique (LA)Dark Antique (DA)
$13.00
boring: 3" - plate size: 3-3/4" x 2-3/16"
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$14.00
boring: 3-1/4" - plate size: 3-3/4" x 2-3/16"
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H-9 large pull - ideal for covering damage 
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Antique (A)Semi-Bright (SB)Bright (B)Light Antique (LA)Dark Antique (DA)
$14.00
boring: 3" - plate size: 4-5/8" x 2-1/4"
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H-91 concentric ovals, concave center 
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Antique (A)Semi-Bright (SB)Bright (B)Light Antique (LA)Dark Antique (DA)
$13.00
boring: 2-1/4" - plate size: 2-7/8" x 1-7/8"
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Customer Comments and Reviews

Eva SeibertJanuary 23, 2014

Hepplewhite Pulls

The pulls were exactly as pictured, however, they were very thin and flimsy considering how pricey they were! Having said that, they looked fine on our piece, but honestly don't know why they were so expensive. Shipping was prompt.

The pulls were exactly as pictured, however, they were very thin and flimsy considering how pricey they were! Having said that, they looked fine on our piece, but honestly don't know why they were so … 

Orion Henderson ReplyJanuary 24, 2014

Hepplewhite Pulls

Thank you so much for the review. A little history: Hepplewhite style pulls are authentic American Federal period reproductions. The patterns date to the very early 1800's-the dawn of the industrial revolution. Stamping was brand new technology at the time and tool and die makers were discovering that they could create very intricate patterns in metal using the then new technology. Our pulls are exact copies of these American originals down to the thickness of the material. The quality of this type of hardware is not in the thickness, but in the detail and depth of the patterns.

Thank you so much for the review. A little history: Hepplewhite style pulls are authentic American Federal period reproductions. The patterns date to the very early 1800's-the dawn of the industrial … 

Peggy J. WhiteNovember 4, 2013

Hepplewhite Pulls

The pulls were exactly what our piece needed.We could not be more satisfied. Your prompt shipping and customer service is second to none !
Gary & Peggy White

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