I looked at many pulls at big box stores and on the web for over a year before I ordered these. I am thrilled with the character they add to my cabinets. They are well crafted. They are a bit darker than they appear in the photo.
Our Arts and Crafts Bar Pulls go well with the Mission-style quartersawn cabinetry in our kitchen renovation. They also perfectly match the hammered copper vessel sink in the adjoining powder room. Though not as solid-feeling as the real copper hardware we looked at in a local kitchen design store, these pulls do the trick for less than a third of the cost, which makes a difference when you're budgeting for over 50 cabinets and drawers, as we were. The ends do tend to snag clothing such as cargo pants pockets, so we installed all the door pulls vertically and used matching cup pulls for the drawers. So far, after months of frequent use, none of the screws have shown signs of stripping loose or other wear, so I believe the pulls are sufficiently durable to last us for years.
I was looking for a large bar with a 3" space from center to center. They are hard to find. These pulls are beautiful and of good quality. The only thing that stops me from giving them 5 stars is that they are a lot darker than the picture. I had read that they weren't the same color but was still hoping for a hint of copper in the tone.
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We purchased these pulls to be used on newly designed Arts & Crafts-style furniture. They made such an impression that the architects decided to specify them for all the other case/cabinet work in the new residence hall. Great quality fit and finish color. I will say that the actual color is not as "golden" as the image shows- it is more of a deep, brown-bronze. The darker bronze is exactly what we wanted, so they were perfect!
Exceptional product and exceptional service! Thank you Frank!