Antique Cabinet Hinges are a movable joint that connect two pieces of wood. This allows each section to move independently of the other. They enable doors to open and table leaves to be lifted. Our antique cabinet hinges are designed for furniture, cabinets, tables and cupboards. For best use, hinge should match application. Many types are made. As a rule of thumb: kitchen cabinet and cupboard doors often use brass cabinet hinges, no mortise hinges or H hinges. Vintage furniture doors may use lift-off hinges, pivot hinges or knife hinges. Tables require specific types. Drop leaf tables use rule joint hinges to allow table leaves to drop down. Butler tray hinges are used to support tray sides in upright and flat positions. Invisible and Cylinder hinges offer a concealed appearance for table-leaves and cupboard doors. Use unique wrap around hinges for cabinet doors that fold back. Various styles of iron hinges are offered for furniture doors.
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