Sheraton Knobs represent a classical style favored during the late 18th - early 19th century. This Federal style knob was popularized by Thomas Sheraton. He was an English cabinetmaker and authored the Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer’s Drawing-Book. This design book influenced a movement of furniture that became known as Sheraton. It's popularity spread to America.
This period primarily uses knobs, rather than handles. The furniture is refined with clean lines, straight legs and geometric shapes. These elements define this era. Sheraton knobs are brass with intricate patterns. They are copies of old designs. Each displays a classical style. They are the perfect complement for furniture of this period.