Walnut Wood Furniture Knobs are a 19th century design extensively used on Empire furniture. They are shaped to match the originals with a wide base. This wide base is a defining characteristic of this time period.
Walnut Knobs are carved from a single piece of wood. Each is solid walnut. As with any wood, there may be slight color and grain variations. Color can range from dark to light brown with purplish hues, grays, reddish and or dark streaks. These wood cabinet knobs are unfinished. They can be stained to match drawers or cabinet doors. Walnut Knobs are produced in five sizes providing flexibility when adding to kitchen cabinets and graduated sets of drawers.
I ebonize the knobs and they are beautiful on oak or maple
Hard to find at just the right size to finish the restoration project. Good product