We also have some with the pewter pull handle portion.
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Early fireplace utensil was cast into a limestone based cement mixture. Excellent preserved example not often found with the cast base below grade portion still intact. Wonderful aged patina surface. Iron Gate Hinges. Vermont origin, excellent condition with virtually no wear. Cast Iron with original hand forged nuts Will take up to a 2" thick door, original surface will clean if desired Circa Measures 5"W x 6"H. Large selection as partially shown Come see our inventory We have the gudgeons to mount the cranes into masonry too. True original, not a reproduction Two sections: base is 11" x 11" x 7" Bowl is 15" diameter x 11" deep Overall height is 26".
True original, NOT a reproduction Three sections, base measures 15" x 15" x 14" H Bowl measures 29" diameter x 7" depth Overall height is 33". Early 18th Century Butterfly Strap Hinges. Overall length 13", overall height 12" Body width 9" A wonderful work of art from a Stonington,Ct estate Portable, was never mounted. Matching pair measure 8 x 10" each overall Divided in 6" section and 4" section hinge not centered. The length of the rail is adjustable for your needs. From a 19th century New England Mill Perfect condition measures 3" x 14" diameter Nice garden decorative element or wall hanging.
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Probably 19th century. Nice decorative molded perimeter. Raw cast iron not extremely pitted as found in rural dwellings oftentimes set up with a copper or cast iron hand pump. Still attached to original door fragment.
We have other H and HL hinges. Inquire for needs.
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Excellent re-useable condition. Counter mounting flange is currently set at 23" to top of pump. What a great resource — thanks for posting this! Are you close to a Ross? What a valuable post! Thank you. I recently ordered some knobs from Hobby Lobby because their store does not exist in AK , and they were full price.
I so appreciate the leads. I am like you, and I need a visual when picking out hardware for my furniture. Thus, I appreciate the advice to go into stores like Hobby Lobby. Maxx also have hardware selection. Thank you for the insight!
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I love the clock face knob in your above photo do you know where it came from? This is a great list Amy! I found some mid-century knobs on kehardware. They are best for the HUGE selection of handles and knobs they carry, although the rest of their site is lackluster. Thanks for the heads up on that website! Great article and list of places to purchase knobs. I, too, love furniture bling! Take a look and let me know what you think. Hey Corry! Just checked out your site. You have some really pretty, unique knobs! Thanks so much for stopping by :. Love that tip about Hobby Lobby!
I am always looking for a good sale. Thanks so much for stopping by, Carly :. We have one in Wichita, Kansas that I try to visit frequently.
Definitely worth checking out! I agree that you should check online for your furniture hardware. I think that in doing so, you could find some really great deals. I like your tip to visit walk-in stores. I, too, am a visual person and like to see things before I buy them. Preferably, I like to see things in person, not online. Hopefully, I can find what I want! I recommend trying to find your new handles before you start painting. We have a huge list of places to find furniture hardware here.
Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. These sites all have a broad array of fantastic knobs and hardware: D. We love it when you share! Comments Wow Amy! Thanks for pinning! Thanks for putting this great list together. Pinning this. Thanks Jenny!