Dating drawer pulls
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.Although many pieces of antique furniture have survived through the centuries, unfortunately a great number of them are missing some or all of their original hardware.
Our extensive line of Chippendale drawer pulls keeps period details intact and offer intricacies rarely found in lesser reproductions.All of our bail pulls are measured by the boring of the pull.For example, 3" bail pulls will fit holes that measure 3" from center to center.If you need help with installation, refer to our boring and installation guide.Fasteners are also included with each pull assembly.Chippendale pulls are a confluence of rococo and neoclassical features, deep carvings, angular arches, and latticework, enhanced with floral details.
More than 20 styles of Chippendale pulls depict the popular styles of the period, and each is a beautiful enhancement for drawers, cabinets, and areas of your home.
Horton Brasses' has been making authentic reproductions since 1936.
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Chippendale period drawer pulls are ornately detailed pulls dating from the mid 1700's to the early 1800's.
Each pull assembly comes with one back plate, two posts, and one bail, all made of solid brass.