Brass Bail Pulls have the signature center band on the handle. This was popularized in the 1920's. Offering a classic look, these reproduction Bail Pulls were frequently used on Mahogany and Cherry furniture from this time period. This was the Colonial Revival era where traditional furniture designs from the 18th century were rejuvenated.
Bail pulls are brass with a polished finish. This finish is not lacquered and will age over time. They include two rosettes with attached posts and a bail handle. Bail handle swings from rosettes posts.
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.
Attach Bail Pulls
Place one rosette with post, on drawer front at mounting hole. Insert screw, from drawer interior, through mounting hole and screw into back of post (do-not tighten).
Insert bail in mounted post. Add second rosette with post, to other end of bail.
Insert 2nd screw, from drawer interior, through 2nd mounting hole and screw into back of second rosette with post.
Once together and in place, tighten screws.
Bail Handles are secured using 8-32 machine screws. Length supplied is determined by manufacturer. While supplied screw length is generally useful, occasionally a different size is required. Please let us know if you need a specific length. To determine the correct size: measure wood thickness and add 1/4".