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Victorian Furniture Pulls, Antique

Victorian Cabinet Handle

Product Info
  • Sold Each
  • Material: Brass
  • Finish: Antique
  • Mounting eyebolts included
  • 3" Center Hole to Center Hole
  • Overall: 4-1/2" Wide x 2-3/4" High

Antique Victorian Furniture Pulls deliver big impact to drawers. These large elaborate handles add bold character to furniture. Not only attractive, the large size is useful when covering old scarring left on antique drawer fronts. 

The industrial revolution brought about changes in the way Victorian handles were made. Backplates were made of thinner stamped brass than what was used on prior furniture periods. These beautiful Victorian designs add a new dimension to handles of this era. As an added benefit, stamped Victorian drawer pulls can be carefully curved to fit serpentine drawer fronts. 

These reproduction furniture pulls are authentic copies of those used during the Victorian era. Each is made of brass with an antique finish.

Measuring Victorian Furniture Pulls

  • 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.

Install Victorian Furniture Pulls

  • Handle attaches to drawer with two eye bolts.
  • To Install: start from drawer front.
  • Insert eyebolts through holes in backplate, front to back.
  • Continue inserting post through holes in drawer, allowing posts to be loosely positioned.
  • Position handle and insert handle-ends into 2 eyebolts.
  • Push eyebolts with handle into place.
  • From drawer interior, screw nuts on bolts and tighten.
How to measure a Victorian Drawer Pull

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Mark Williams
Nice looking and good quality

I stained my washstand a nice English Chestnut and these pulls go great with it.

Bill Christie
Accurate reproduction

These drawer pulls look and function just like the originals. They are installed the same way and are perfect for replacements or for new construction. Be aware that the metal is rather thin and they can bend easily. But so are the late 19th century originals they replace. I would not use them on high-end furniture, but in the late 19th ad early 20th century they were used on lower cost mass produced oak furniture. So these pulls are exactly right if that is the furniture you are restoring or copying.

John McKusker
Antique drawer pulls

Exactly as advertised. Just what i needed.

Amazing still stocked

Years after restoring an oak piece, the same hardware was still available for a matching piece at nearly the same price in 2 days. Yipee

Still available

Years after restoring an oak piece, the same hardware was still available for a matching piece at nearly the same price in 2 days. Yipee

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