Product DescriptionFour (4) Medium Pink Crystal Knob Pulls with OIL RUBBED BRONZE Flush-Fit SCREWS- Our Original Premium Depression type Crystal Glass Cabinet Knobs. Perfect Reproductions of the Depression Crystal Glass knob Pulls with Custom FLUSH-FIT Connectors, Which eliminates the raw screw inside of cabinet. Connectors included will fit 3/4″ to 1-1/4″ door/drawer thickness, advise us if you need for a different thickness. Each knob includes a standard connector plus the new modern Flush-Fit connectors to replace the old connectors in glass knobs and does away with the “nut and bolt” protruding from the knob on the inside of the cabinet or drawer. This is a great improvement over the modern mounting ferrule connectors option offed by other vendors. Premium Depression type Crystal Glass Cabinet Knobs, 1-1/4 X 1-1/4 inch. Guaranteed to be the the finest Reproductions of Depression knobs available a any priced. Perfect Reproductions which we have remanufactured in the Real Crystal GLASS in Taiwan for many years. Now with Oil Rubbed Bronze Custom Flush Connectors you wish to change the color selection, just send us a separate email if you wish to purchase with different finish
LOT of 4 Medium Pink Crystal Knob Pulls with OIL RUBBED BRONZE with Flush-Fit Screws – Our Original Premium Depression type Crystal Glass Cabinet Knobs NOW with FLUSH FIT CONNECTORS, a 3rd Generation 1920 Depression Replica.
What’s the "Green" thing to do with my short doors? I replaced the doors with new. How to dispose properly?
After doing a remodel of the floors from carpet to a laminant, we noticed the doors were short. So we replaced the doors since we didn’t find a way to extend the doors that looked nice in our house. Now we have these doors to throw away or resell. But what is the proper way to dispose of doors? Is there a company that reclaims interior doors for resale? I feel bad adding to the door waste footprint. Thanks~
Architectural salvage and re-use centers are becoming pretty common. It depends on where you live. There’s the Rebuilding Center in Portland, Oregon; Urban Ore in Berkeley, California. The age and sturdiness of the doors dictates how useful they’ll be to someone, but as a last resort, you can always post them on the free stuff page on Craigslist (with pictures and measurements).
Thank you Larry Lavelle for arranging WNEP TV Channel 16 to explain to the public the much pondered question, “What is an architecturologist?”. This short video amazingly puts it all in a nutshell. Watch and see how historic building parts are rescued from the fate of the landfill and transformed into beautiful and functional home decor.
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i have a 1950′s pale green pedestle and basin, its in mint condition but its GREEN!! i want to re-enamel it in white. should i have it proffessionaly done or can i do it myself?
I’ll presume here, that this fixture is porcelain coated. Yes, it can be done and, yes, you need a professional. A professional ceramist to be exact. It’s a big job too…if you can even find someone willing to do it.
I personally would look for a white replacement. These things almost always came in green, pink and white and, as it’s a 1950′s piece, it should not be too difficult to find. Check architectural salvage operations.
BTW, a green sink is worth 4 or 5 white ones…
Architectural Salvage: A Guide to Selecting, Buying and Using Reclaimed Building Materials [Hardcover]  Geoffrey West
I’ve seen a type of warehouse store on HGTV that sells things from houses that have been demo’ed. Things like old windows, doors, hardware etc. I can’t remember what these stores are called? I need a fireplace mantel!
You are specifically looking for architectural salvage. These salvagers deal in recycled pieces of homes, stores, commerical buildings, barns, etc.
Looking for a way to dress up those magnets on your refrigerator? Host Wendi Wendt is here to show you how.
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This is a late 1800"s window with raised or layered glass. Picture of Christ in the garden. It is in excellent condition having been reframed & moved to inside with electric back lighting.
is the picture of Christ leaded…that is outlined. Or is it painted on the glass. would also depend on the original location. Did you get it from a religious building??? Take it or a picture of to your local architectural salvage….They might even have a consignment program. Or watch that goofy show Antique Roadshow….good luck.
WORLD CLASS ORB ESTATE type DOOR Handle Set-14 1/2 inch tall. A Modern Reproduction Plus three installation Options, A good copy of a $450.00 Handcrafted Fine Door Handle Set
Product DescriptionWORLD CLASS Oil Rubbed Bronze ESTATE type DOOR Handle Set-14 1/2 inch tall. A Modern Reproduction Plus three installation Options, for handles on both sides of a Door with or without the Dead bolts. A good copy of a $450.00 Handcrafted Fine Door Handle Set. The assortment of hardware will give you the option to install, the set in any door that is not predrilled or only drilled with only one door knob hole. It will be impressive handle on a French Door, an Entrance Door or a Passage door. It is lighter than at original, once installed, it will have the same quality feel and look of the original. You will receive the following: A & B: two base handles, C: medium weight deadbolt, D: matching roller latch and E two matching rosette. Also available with Brushed Nickel or Antique Brass hardware on other Amazon listings.
Trainspotters in Stroud uses BiGDUG BiG2 Shelving Bays to store (often very heavy) items in their warehouse. Trainspotters (www.Trainspotters.uk.com), are dealers in selective architectural salvage & period decorative items including fabulous Industrial Lighting. www.bigdug.co.uk
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