If replacing drawer handles, check distance between holes
Antique Hepplewhite Handles are a small size useful on table drawers and top-dresser-drawers. Traditional oval shape was favored during the Federal and Hepplewhite eras. Its popularity surged again during the colonial revival period.
These reproduction Hepplewhite handles remain popular for their authenticity, appearance and quality. Handles are brass with a darkened antique finish. They are produced using original methods. Backplate is stamped with crisp detail. Posts and handle are permanently attached to backplate.
Finish is antique. It is darkened to look old. The antique finish is hand applied and tends to vary from one to the next. This slight variations in color provides a natural and more authentic appearance.
Attaching Hepplewhite Pulls
Screw a thru-bolt into back, of each post.
From drawer front: slip one bolt-end through each mounting hole.
Hang bail from posts
Press handle flush with drawer front.
Screw nuts on to thru-bolts and tighten to secure.