Rosette Pulls with Round Backplates

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  • For some technical help on installing and placing your drawer pulls please visit our Blog.
  • All hardware includes all fasteners needed for installation. You can order extra fasteners if required.
  • 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.
  • A rosette pull consists of 1 cast brass swan bail and 2 solid brass backplates with posts and nuts. Please tell us (in the Comments box during checkout) if your drawer front is curved and we will provide special posts at no extra charge so that your bail will swing freely.
  • Posts are 1-1/4" long. Find more information about other post lengths and wood thickness.

Cast brass bails with simple, round backplates.

Larger backplates (PRT-11) may be substituted at no additional charge. Just put a note in the comment field (which you will see after you place your order).

H-10FB rosette pull with fancy bail 
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Antique (A)Semi-Bright (SB)Bright (B)Light Antique (LA)Dark Antique (DA)
$11.25
boring: 3" with 1" diameter backplate
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$12.50
boring: 3-1/2" with 1-1/8" diameter backplate
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H-10S rosette pull with 1" diameter backplates 
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Antique (A)Semi-Bright (SB)Bright (B)Light Antique (LA)Dark Antique (DA)
$11.25
boring: 2-1/2"
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$11.25
boring: 2-3/4"
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$11.25
boring: 3"
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H-10 rosette pull with 1-1/8" diameter backplates 
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Antique (A)Semi-Bright (SB)Bright (B)Light Antique (LA)Dark Antique (DA)
$12.50
boring: 3-1/4"
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$12.50
boring: 3-1/2"
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$13.00
boring: 3-3/4"
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boring: 4"
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Customer Comments and Reviews

suzie gSeptember 25, 2013

Rosette Pulls with Round Backplates

I love these! I am giving my desk, armoire and dresser all a little face lift. They are all from different manufacturers and made in different time periods. I am putting the same pulls on them all in order to make them look more uniform. My dad has been buying from Horton for years and recommended them to me. It is the only place where in addition to finding nice looking and good quality pulls, that I could find them with all different size boring holes.

I love these! I am giving my desk, armoire and dresser all a little face lift. They are all from different manufacturers and made in different time periods. I am putting the same pulls on them all … 

Bill GoodsonJune 22, 2013

Rosette Pulls with Round Backplates

Works very well for my Application

Jim HarrisJune 12, 2013

Rosette Pulls with Round Backplates

The Rosette Pulls with Round Backplates were great replacements for the damaged ones on our small older desk. The appearance and the feel of the hardware convey quality. The flexibility to obtain larger than standard backplates was most helpful. Also, the 2.75 bore is apparently not common but available from Horton. Even the packaging of the hardware demonstrate care in delivering quality to the customer. Thanks.

The Rosette Pulls with Round Backplates were great replacements for the damaged ones on our small older desk. The appearance and the feel of the hardware convey quality. The flexibility to obtain … 

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