Includes 2 brass-plated mounting eyebolts with nuts
3" Center Hole to Center Hole
Overall: 5" Wide x 1-7/8" High
Eastlake Victorian Handles are a long rectangular shape with a squarish bail. This angular style is indicative of the Eastlake period. Reproduced of stamped brass, like the originals. Mounts with two posts.
Measure Eastlake Drawer Pulls
Boring: distance between two adjacent mounting holes. When replacing handles on existing drawers, the boring measurement must match the distance from center of hole to center of hole.
There is more flexibility when adding drawer pulls to new furniture and cabinets, as mounting holes can be drilled where needed.
Overall Size reflects: width and height of handle at widest point. Ideally a balanced relationship between drawer handle and drawer is best.
Install Eastlake Drawer Pulls
Handle attaches to drawer with two posts.
To Install: start from drawer front.
Insert eye-bolts through holes in backplate, front to back.
Continue inserting eye-bolts through holes in drawer, allowing eye bolts to be loosely positioned.
Position handle and insert handle-ends into 2 posts.
Push eyebolts with handle into place.
From drawer interior, screw nuts onto posts and tighten.