Hand Forged Solid Copper Drawer Pulls

  • Handmade
  • Materials: solid copper

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    Greetings Friends. We recently picked up an old dresser at a flea market in need of some tender loving care and new hardware. Necessity begat a lovely set of copper pulls forged by Duane and I'm over the rails about them! We thought we'd make these pulls available to you. Two styles, each available in two sizes. Do write us if you're wanting a custom length (maximum length hole-to-hole is 7 inches). Listed measures are HOLE TO HOLE. Unless otherwise specified, profile on these is 1 to 1 1/4 inch.

    FRIENDS, PLEASE READ REGARDING THE SCREWS:
    The pulls will arrive with mounting hardware (1/2", standard, antique copper finish), acquired through a furniture restoration supply The screws are imported (Taiwan). We include screws with a matching finish as a courtesy, however WE are not screw makers. Alas, as we work on this old house, we curse new hardware and new steel and how things are not what they used to be. I would never trust my life to a new screw, nor do I recommend that you do anything of the sort either. I recommend pre-drilling your furniture before setting the screws. I also recommend putting the impact driver down and using a screwdriver and getting a little old fashioned about setting the screws. DRIVE THEM BY HAND. If you insist on using the impact driver for the sake of time (which is priceless so we get it!), use a very low torque.

    You will be able to specify your choice of style and size below. Many thanks.

    Lastly Friends, please take note of the processing time!  Each pull involves several steps; we are not reaching for your order from a stocked shelf. As our lives involve endeavors other than full-time metalsmithing, you might have to wait a moment (that moment being 1-2 weeks processing time) for their arrival. I reiterate this point here folks, as an experience can be all about expectations, no? Be patient, they'll get there.
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