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Victorian Dresser Pulls

Brass Cabinet Pull

Product Info
  • Sold Each
  • Material: Brass
  • Finish: Polished, not lacquered
  • Includes 2 brass-plated mounting eyebolts with nuts
  • 3" Center Hole to Center Hole
  • Overall: 3-5/8" Wide x 2-1/4" High

Victorian Dresser Pulls add bright impressive character to furniture. The whimsical embossed pattern backplate is smaller than many for this era. This size can be useful on narrow drawers.

Backplate is stamped brass and can be gently curved to fit some serpentine drawers. This manufacturing method was used to produce drawer pulls from the late 1800's in to the 1900's. Polished finish in shiny. It is not lacquered and will age over time. 3" boring.

Measure Victorian Dresser Pulls

  • Boring is the space between center of mounting hole to center of adjacent mounting hole. If changing handles, on existing drawers, this measurement is  crucial.
  • There is considerable more flexibility if installing handles on new furniture or cabinets. Mounting holes can be drilled where needed for new installations.
  • Overall Size reflects: width and height of handle at widest point. Ideally a balanced relationship between drawer handle and drawer is best.

Install Victorian Drawer 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

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