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Tudor Door Cabinet and Drawer Hardware
The following Tudor hardware items are available - most made in an old English foundry:
All are in authentic iron or aged steel and will enhance your Tudor project.
(prices provided below plus a flat shipping fee)
Tudor Cabinet & Drawer Handles



PA910 Cabinet Handle, black, 2"x 1" - $30


PA985 Cabinet Handle, black, 3.125"x 1.375" - $41


PA996 Cabinet Handle, black, 2.375"x 2.375" - $46


PA997 Cabinet Handle, black, 2.25"x 1.75" - $46


PA1009 Cabinet Handle, black, 1.375"x 1.375" - $32


PA1013 Cabinet Handle, black, 1.375" dia. - $41


PA1018 Cabinet Handle, black, 1.125"x 1.125" - $37


PA1153 Cabinet Handle, black, 2.625"x 2" - $37


PA1192 Cabinet Handle, black, 1.625"x 1.625" - $32


PA1217 Cabinet Handle, black, 1.375" dia. - $28


PA1527 Cabinet Handle, black, 1.625"x 1.625" - $35


PA1528 Cabinet Handle, black, 3.25"x 1.5" - $37


PA1539 Cabinet Handle, black, 4.25"x 2.5" - $46


PA1541 Cabinet Handle, black, 3"x 2" - $34


PA1543 Cabinet Handle, black, 1.625" - $34
About Tudor Hardware :
Even the most perfectly designed and executed Tudor door can be taken to the next level of authenticity via correct Tudor hardware. Hardware - especially iron hardware was mostly forged by hand by the local smith, but large projects required a forge to be built at the construction site. Each craftsman had their own characteristic style of forging - many times these styles progressed in a vernacular fashion - being handed down from father to son. Tudor manor doors many times had elaborate strap hinges that were both decorative and functional. These hinges were functional in that they provided extra strength across the door to support the massive weight of these heavy, many times oak, doors. For this reason, the strap hinge normally extends across most (or all) of the width of the door. A latch and door ring combination was the normal lockset of the Tudor times. New home Tudor architecture requires a significant amount of forged iron on windows and doors.
Date of last Modification: August 20, 2012
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