Hand Turned and Forged Cabinet Knobs

These brand new cabinet/drawer knobs are hand turned in a small Amish machine shop from a steel bar then forged and hand hammered (no machine hammering) by an individual blacksmith in the time-honored tradition of colonial anvil-hammered black smithing.

Wrought Iron Cabinet Knob - Round Profile

Wrought Iron Cabinet Knob – Round Profile

  • SKU: 401.BG
  • 1 1/4″ Diameter
  • 1 1/16″ Projection
  • Includes 1 1/2″ Bolt

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Wrought Iron Cabinet Knob - Arch Profile

Wrought Iron Cabinet Knob – Round Profile

  • SKU: 402.BG
  • 1 1/4″ Diameter
  • 1 1/16″ Projection
  • Includes 1 1/2″ Bolt

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About Hammered Hinges

Hammered Hinges - Colonial American Handmade Cabinet & Door Hardware

Handmade in the USA

Hammered Hinges colonial hardware is hand-made one-at-a-time in a small forge in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

In Colonial America blacksmiths used forge & anvil, hammer & tongs to make agricultural tools for farmers and homemakers tools and hardware for their homes. Blacksmith’s cast, bent, welded, and riveted fireplace racks, andirons, pothooks, locks, cooking utensils, hinges, and decorative wrought iron.

Hammered Hinges has recreated this classic tradition with the manufacture of a line of beautiful rustic iron hardware for cabinets, passage doors, and decoration.

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About Martell Hardware

Martell Hardware is an online retailer of decorative cabinet hardware, door hardware, window & shutter hardware, and kitchen & bath hardware to match many types of decor styles.
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