Antique Cabinet & Furniture Hinges are well made to provide years of service. The various styles reflect a range of vintage types. Use on tables, desks, lift lid boxes and cupboard doors. There are many types. Each fulfill a specific function. Vintage kitchen cabinet and antique cupboard doors often use butt hinges, no mortise hinges or H hinges. Small 20th century cabinets may use pivot hinges or knife hinges. Tables require specific types. Drop leaf tables use rule joint hinges. These enable you to raise or lower table leaf. Butler tray hinges hold movable-sides in upright and flat positions. Invisible hinges do not show when table-leaf is up or cupboard door is closed. Lastly, wrap around hinges are enable doors to fold back against side of cabinet.
Hinges are a movable joint that connect two pieces of wood. As a result, this joint allows each section to move independently of the other. Furniture, Desk & Lift Lid Box Supports are a slightly different hinge device. Paxton Hardware's collection of antique cabinet & furniture hinges are hard-wearing. Overall, each is dependable and ensures years of service. Also, they are pleasing to look at. Use on both restorations and new cabinetry.