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Restorers Cast Brass Victorian Wardrobe Pull

The average rating for this product is 4.5 out of 5 stars
Store ID: 207494

Restorers Cast Brass Victorian Wardrobe Pull

Give your antique dresser or wardrobe a classic look with Restorers Cast Brass Victorian Wardrobe Pull. The ornate Victorian style pull is made of cast brass and finished in Antique Brass or Brass.

  • Product: Brass Wardrobe Pull
  • Style: Victorian
  • Finish: Brass, Antique Brass
  • Material: Brass
  • Size: 7" long, 5 1/4" boring
  • Antique Brass- This finish is applied manually and some variations in color should be expected.
  • This item is handmade. As a result some variations in the size, boring, and shape should be expected. However, all efforts are made by the craftsman to keep the pieces as consistent as possible.
Width 7/8"
Brand Restorers
Boring 5 1/16"
Length 7"
Material Cast Brass
Unit of Measure Each
Product Review Summary
Based on 3 reviews
The average rating for this product is 4.5 out of 5 stars
Overall Rating: 4.5/5.0
Customer Reviews
January 05, 2023
These don’t have a screw that goes through the drawer front.
This shopper rated the product 4 out of 5 stars

Love the look, however, the flanges aren’t on the same plane on all handles. Fortunately the screws pulled everything flush to drawer fronts.

Thomas from SC
June 15, 2019
Quality Product
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

Quality product, especially for the price. Bought 6 years ago but decided to move them to a piece of furniture that needed 8 so just bought two more.

Anne Frazier from VA
February 09, 2015
Mostly good
This shopper rated the product 4 out of 5 stars

I bought the drawer pulls because the distance between the mounting positions was 5.25" and because the design and finish were similar to the original pulls. To my surprise, the new pulls did not attach like the original ones, with bolts passing through the drawer front. Instead, each pull handle has two circular bases that are to be attached with two screws to the drawer front. The pull handle is to be secured to each of the circular bases, but they must be attached to the bases before the bases are attached to the drawer front. Perhaps this configuration is advantageous if the separation distance between the handle sockets is not exactly the original distance, but I bought them because they had the same spacing. As a result, attaching them was not easy as I had anticipated, for logistical reasons. In addition, one screw that attached a circular base to the drawer broke off in the drilled hole. Apparently, the hole ID was not big enough. Perhaps anticipating this, an extra screw is included in each.

Nick Kyriazi from PA
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