Curved Brass Bail Handles were a common style used on Victorian and American Oak furniture. This classic design was during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These authentic replicas are a nice choice where a simple style is preferred. Darkened appearance compliments oak furniture.
Brass Bail Pulls are brass with a darkened aged finish. Simple curved handle has contoured shape that bows outward in center. Bail handle is supported by two brass plated eyebolts.
Measure & Install Curved Brass Bail Handles
Boring: distance between center of mounting hole to center of adjacent mounting hole.
If replacing handles: replacement-handle-boring must match actual boring measurement in drawer.
Overall Size: width and height of handle at widest point.
Bail Handles attach to drawer with eye bolts.
To Install: insert eyebolts through rosettes, then through holes on drawer front.
Insert handle into 2 eyebolts before pushing them into place.
Screw nuts on bolts and tighten from drawer interior.
Re: 7754A Antique gold curved bail pull handles.
A beautiful antique dresser was donated to our local museum. However, two single knob drawer pull replacements detracted from its appearance. We are so pleased with this pair of drawer pulls that match the other two pairs on our antique dresser almost perfectly (you can’t really tell unless you touch the new ones that feel a little thicker). Reasonably priced, fast shipping, great service.
I recently came into possession of not 1 but 4 antique washstands all in need of refurbishment. I didn't care for the originals bails and was looking for something older looking but clean and simple. These fit the bill perfectly and were reasonably priced.
Antique drawer pull
Looked long and hard to match drawer pulls on an antique oak dresser. These did not match exactly in shape, but the overall look was almost indistinguishable. The price was very reasonable, so we replaced all the pulls to match. Very satisfied.