Antique Open-work Drawer Pulls are a beautiful English style. The distinctive pierced design is often referred to as "Chinese Chippendale". It was favored in England with early cabinet makers who used these open work drawer pulls when creating "Chinoiserie" designed furniture. This striking style adds distinctiveness to furniture drawers while allowing the natural wood to show through the open work design.
Antique drawer pulls are made of brass. The finish has an aged mottled appearance. It resembles brass which has darkened over many years. Open work drawer pulls include backplate, two posts and bail handle. Made in England.
Very nice drawer pulls. They will be put on the drawers of my newly made 18th century replica tables. These pulls will make a wonderful final touch to the drawers.
Pulls are just fine for the price point. They may not be for everyone, particularly if they're intended for original period furniture, since the edges are 90-degree squared instead of 45-degree beveled like originals. Also they come with modern hex nuts as opposed to period style cast brass nuts. But for the price, they'd be fine for mid-range type reproduction furniture.