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Set of 6 Cut Glass Sandwich Company Knobs C1865
Set of 6 Cut Glass Sandwich Company Knobs C1865

$360.00

Specializing in pressed, cut and etched glassware and glass hardware, the Boston and Sandwich Glass Company was in operation from 1826 to 1888. This set of elegant cabinet knobs is exemplary of their 1860's and 1870's style. Note the highly faceted surfaces, a texture that was created through pre...

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Set of 10 Octagonal Decorative Clear Glass Knobs, c1915
Set of 10 Octagonal Decorative Clear Glass Knobs, c1915

$600.00

While clear glass cabinets - especially hexagonal and octagonal ones - can seem to be a dime a dozen, this design with its footed shank and fancy raised center element is much less common. In fact, we can't recall offering any like this before. Evocative of older Empire-era furniture pulls, this...

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Copper Plated Washington Line Spotlite Knob, c1955
Copper Plated Washington Line Spotlite Knob, c1955

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$15.00

We like this style of dish pull so much that we actually reproduce it. But this one is an original, made by Washington Line of Tacoma, Washington. A 1955 brochure proclaims them to be "scientifically designed for easy gripping." The booklet continues, "the finish plating and solid die cast body ...

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Bronze plated Washington Line Spotlite Knob, c1955
Bronze plated Washington Line Spotlite Knob, c1955

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$15.00

We like this style of dish pull so much we actually reproduce it. But this one is an original, made by Washington Line of Tacoma, Washington. A 1955 brochure proclaims them to be "scientifically designed for easy gripping." The booklet continues, "the finish plating and solid die cast body will g...

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