Always check boring-measurement when replacing handles on drawers
Revival Bail Pulls are reproductions of early bail pulls. This distinct style saw a resurgence during the Colonial Revival era where it was extensively used on Mahogany and Cherry furniture. Pulls are characterized by the signature center band on bail.
Revival bail pulls are brass. They have a bail handle with two rosettes. Bail handle swings from posts, in middle of rosettes. Finish is antique. It is darkened to look old. The antique finish is hand applied and may vary from one to the next. This slight variations in color provides a natural and more authentic appearance.
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.
I have an old hand carved bedroom suite made probably in the 1940's. The bail pulls on some of the drawers were breaking. I found the exact copy from Paxton and I'm 100% pleased! They match the remaining ones perfectly!
Solid, heavy weight handle. Matched the current handles on the dresser pretty darn close. Size was spot on. The gold color I’ll have to adjust (I didn’t order the correct color)
I received it much sooner than I thought I would. Always a bonus!
I had to replace the pulls on my antique bedroom furniture. PERFECT REPLACEMENT parts. I need a few more and will definitely ordering more.