Boring: mounting measurement, center-hole to center-hole
When replacing existing handles always check boring-measurement
Victorian Replacement Handles are used on standard drawers and some that are serpentine-curved. Absence of a solid back-plate allows handle to swing freely over curved areas without binding. These authentic replacement handles were often seen on furniture from the Victorian or Golden Oak eras.
These Bail Pulls are brass. Each handle includes bail, 2 circular rosettes and 2 eyebolts with nuts. Bail hangs from two eye bolts.
Measure Victorian Bail Handles
Boring is the distance from center of mounting hole to center of adjacent mounting hole. If replacing handles on existing drawers, this is the most crucial measurement. More leeway is available when adding drawer pulls to new furniture or 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.
Bail Handles attach to drawer with eye bolts.
To Install: insert eyebolts through rosettes, then through holes on drawer front.
Insert handle into 2 eyebolts before pushing them into place.
Screw nuts on bolts and tighten from drawer interior.