New Fruit of the Vine Cabinet Knob Backplates from Notting Hill Hardware

Happy to introduce a new collection of cabinet knob backplates meant to be paired with the Fruit Bouquet Pewter Cabinet Knobs from Notting Hill Hardware. The new “Fruit of the Vine” backplates are part of the Tuscan Hardware Collection. Handcrafted in the USA, these new backplates are 4″ L, are available in 4 finishes and are perfect for fruit, garden or wine themed decor!

NEW Fruit of the Vine Cabinet Knob Backplates

About Notting Hill

Notting Hill Decorative Cabinet & Drawer Hardware

Proudly made in the USA.

Notting Hill Decorative Hardware creates distinctive, high-end decorative cabinet hardware. Our cabinet knobs and handles are hand-cast of solid fine pewter and bronze with a variety of finishes. Notting Hill’s decorative kitchen hardware features classic designs with exceptional detail and craftsmanship.

Our design collections offer decorative knobs, pulls, bin/cup pulls, hinge plates, cabinet backplates, and appliance pulls. Hand-cast and finished at our fine arts foundry using old-world methods.

Whether you are looking for Art Nouveau or Art Deco knobs, Arts & Crafts or Prairie, Traditional or Victorian knobs, Lodge or Rustic knobs, Leaf or Flower drawer pulls, Tropical or Whimsical pulls consider the timeless designs of Notting Hill Decorative Hardware.

View more Decorative Hardware from Notting Hill.

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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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