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Item # 7761

Eastlake Victorian Furniture Handles, 2-1/2 inch

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Product Info
  • Sold Each
  • Material: Brass
  • Finish: Polished, is not lacquered
  • Mounting screws included
Size
  • 2-1/2" Center Hole to Center Hole
  • Overall: 3-1/4" Wide x 1-5/8" High

Eastlake Furniture Handles for drawers with 2-1/2" centers, offer great flexibility when restoring old furniture. Use on small drawer fronts. Strong horizontal axis is a distinguishing characteristic of the Eastlake-Victorian era.

Furniture pulls are stamped brass with a polish finish. Handle is made up of backplate, handle and 2 loose posts.

Matching Larger Handle and Keyhole Cover

Measure Eastlake Furniture 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.

Install Eastlake Furniture Handles

  • Handle attaches to drawer with two posts.
  • To Install: start from drawer front.
  • Insert post 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 posts.
  • Push posts with handle into place.
  • From drawer interior, screw nuts onto posts and tighten.
How to measure a Victorian drawer pull

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We are very pleased with the polished brass handles purchased from Paxton. Our antique Eastlake chest looks spectacular with the addition of this vintage styled hardware. The service we received from Paxton was excellent!

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