Always check boring-measurement when replacing handles on drawers
1920's Brass Bail Pulls are copies of the original styles used on Mahogany and Cherry furniture manufactured during the early 20th century. The popularity of traditional furniture designs from the 18th century rejuvenated the use of this Colonial Revival handle. Pulls are characterized by the signature center band on bail.
Bail pulls are brass with a polished finish. This finish is not lacquered and will age over time. They include two rosettes with posts attach and a bail handle. Bail handle swings from rosettes with posts.
Attach Bail Pulls
Screw a thru-bolt into back, of each rosette.
From drawer front: slip one bolt-end through each mounting hole.
Hang bail from posts, in two rosettes
Press handle flush with drawer front.
Screw nuts on to thru-bolts and tighten to secure.