The best reproduction late-19th-century hardware is typically made by one of these methods.) Less expensive hardware was stamped rather than cast in the same fashionable designs.
More rarely and expensively, brass hardware was imported from England.
As the Movement evolved into a full-blown style, manufacturers of builders’ hardware jumped on the bandwagon, mass-producing versions of Stickley-style escutcheon plates in stamped brass.
Romantic Revivals By the 1920s, the more obvious Arts & Crafts hardware was passé.
Filled with authentic antique hardware, the Old Hardware Store has thousands of restoration pieces dating from Mid-Century back to the 1870s.
Organized and categorized in the original old oak parts cabinets and bins, hinges, door knobs, and Victorian furniture pulls have a story to tell.