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pommy

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2183 days ago

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Hi guys

just thought i’d ask if anyone can help me im just starting a new project TOOL CHEST and i’m having problems sourcing pulls/knobs for my draws and i was wondering if anyone knew of a web site were i could purchase said pulls/knobs i was looking for some antique miniture knobs/pulls made of wood or ivory looking HELP!!!!!!!!!

thanks LJs

Pommy

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Peter Oxley

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#1 posted 2183 days ago

One place I look when I need antique reproduction hardware is Renovator's Supply.

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DaveH

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#2 posted 2183 days ago

Might try:

http://wwhardware.com/index.cfm/pageid/0

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#3 posted 2183 days ago

vandykes is really good too

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mrtrim

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#4 posted 2183 days ago

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#5 posted 2183 days ago

Try some of the following.

http://www.paxtonhardware.com

http://www.kilianhardware.com

http://www.dlawlesshardware.com

You can also find some interesting things on eBay.

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#6 posted 2183 days ago

Lee Valley
Outwater

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BrianM

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#7 posted 2182 days ago

Here’s a link that’s easy to remember

niceknobs.com

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