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We were commissioned by the Historic Charleston Foundation to reproduce this beautiful knob for the Nathaniel Russell House.  The house was built in 1803 and is one of the finest homes in the city.  The knob has a highly detailed sunburst design and terminates with a turned foot.  The rosette is a separate piece.  The original was for plantation shutters.  It also makes beautiful cabinet and fine furniture hardware.  It is available in unlacquered brass, hand antiqued brass and polished nickel.

Nathaniel Russell Cupboard Knob and rosette

  • Finishes

    Polished Unlacquered Brass

    Hand Antiqued Brass

    Polished Nickel

  • Description

    Our 1803 National Russell knob is a reproduction of one saved from the Charleston museum house. The front is pressed with a sunburst and the balance is cast. The separate rosette is pressed and has fine ribbed detailing.

    Sold individually.

  • Measurements

    1-3/8" diameter knob

    1-5/8" diameter rosette

    1" projection

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