Friday Finish

We have come to the end of another busy week and my goodness, we are heading towards the closure of yet another month! Rather than dwell on the speed of time, let’s embrace the wonder that is Friday and with it, a long Bank Holiday weekend. My Friday ‘finish’ of the day is our aptly named ‘Nibble Handle‘.

An unusual design in a hand crafted finish which creates an interesting contrast to hard edged furniture.

Nibble Handle

Personally, I would say that the Nibble handles are the most effective in antique brass. As you can see from the image, the brass, takes on a beautiful mottled effect, providing the illusion of an ancient treasure.

What is Antique Bronze?

Antique Bronze is a robust blend of copper, zinc and other minor elements. Stronger than copper and less likely to split, the most common brass antiques are decorative domestic wares.

Much antique brass dates back to the mid-18th century, when Birmingham was at the heart of metalworking within the UK. By the middle of the 19th century, the city was the world leader in brassware. In order to understand the prestige that surrounds this type of metal, we should identify the cost of a genuine antique brass homeware today. In today’s market, a genuine pair of antique brass candlesticks from the 19th century can fetch between £150 to £650, style and exact age depending. This goes to show just how sought-after and luxurious this metal is.

The angled sides of the Nibble pull handle make it easy to grasp and pull. This pull-handle suits small to medium size drawers and doors. 

Crafted to the highest standards, our luxurious handles complement many beautiful pieces of furniture. Our pull handles are sold with pieces from our collection and also available to purchase individually to enhance your own furniture.

Don’t just take my word for it though! See for yourself …

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