A very elegant & classic octagonal cabinet glass knob with an attractive "Translucent White Opal" / "Milk White" color. The glass is carefully set into a handsome solid brass base with a brushed nickel finish, with a threaded shank in the back. It also comes with a 8-32 thread truss head screw which allows for mounting the knob from the back. This octagon shape cabinet knob is designed in the Late 19th Century / Early 20th Century style of hardware / Arts and Crafts style, but will match any period style up to current modern styles. A beautiful & elegant knob for cabinets & furniture. Available in 1", 1-1/4", & 1-1/2" diameter size knobs. For matching glass octagonal pulls See here.
Use only hand tools to install glass knobs on your cabinets. Power tools (or even wrenches) may cause damage to the threads or to the knobs.
Carefully hand-install the knob by using a hand screwdriver by fastening the screw into the knob. When installing, do not turn the knob itself as it may cause breakage. Tighten carefully but do not over-tighten - remember they are made of glass & are by their nature, fragile.
We will not replace broken knobs due to over tightening or mishandling.
Hardwick & Sons is pleased to offer vintage-style hardware for the many people who desire to fashion their homes with charm, quality, & style. The traditional-style hardware that we showcase are true & faithful reproductions of classic hardware pieces found in the many homes from across America throughout the past century.
Product Knob Diameter
Diameter of Base Knob Projection Brass Shank Length Truss Head Screw Length Screw Thread Model # Octagonal Glass Knob ~ Translucent White - Opal - 1" Diameter Knob
1" 11/16" 15/16" 3/8" 1/2" 8-32
Octagonal Glass Knob ~ Translucent White - Opal - 1-1/4" Diameter Knob
1-1/4" 13/16" 1-3/16" 3/8" 1/2" 8-32 BMH5724BNx Octagonal Glass Knob ~ Translucent White - Opal - 1-1/2" Diameter Knob 1-1/2" 7/8" 1-1/4" 3/8" 1/2" 8-32 BMH5734BNx
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