Solid Brass Turn Button With Back Plates

3 reviews
Regular price $ 8.29 Sale

Vintage-style Hardware

  • Traditional & classic-style
  • Made of solid brass material
  • 1-1/2" diameter
  • Surface mount
  • Includes five slotted flat-head screws
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Kevin J.
United States United States
Great product, price and service

Excellent, thank you

Edward A.
United States United States
Solid Brass Turn Button With Back Plates

Overall, everything went very well. My order was acknowledged with an email. I also received an email with tracking info when item was shipped. I also got a letter thanking me for my purchase. No one can do more than that! Thanks Hardwicks

Sally A.
United States United States

A good match for the brass hardware on the closet doors in my 1785 house (yes! an old house with closets!). At some point, one door lost its little latch, and this is the same idea, same size. (Just have to wait for it to get some patina ...) Very glad that Hardwick stocks such hard-to-find items.

  • A traditional & quality surface-mount turn button that is great for flush cabinet doors, & doors that swing in & out. Multiple uses include for cabinets, cupboards, ice box, hatches, panels, & also a good option for use on boats & boat cabinets. The turn button is made of quality solid brass material for a nice & attractive look.

         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 Diameter Projection Model #
    Solid Brass Turn Button With Back Plates 1 - 1/2" 7/16"


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