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Made to order cabinet pulls and drawer pulls and knobs or handles, individually designed to suit the customer's needs and handmade from solid woods. They are available in a variety of sizes and styles, and can be made from walnut, cherry, maple, oak, or any wood desired. Whether you need a small number for a desk or a single cabinet or vanity; or a large number for a new kitchen cabinet or office project, contact Martin Thaller Designs on etsy for information about wooden hardware especially designed for you. Price will vary depending upon the design of the pulls, knobs, or handles. The price given in this listing of $10.00 would be typical for a simple item if ordered in quantity. Actual price will vary with material, design, and quantity of items ordered.

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Art Deco Furniture Cabinet and Drawer Pulls, Handles, and Knobs / Custom Designed and Handmade to Order from Various Woods

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Wood, Wooden, Hardwood, Walnut, Cherry, Oak, Maple
  • Made to order
  • Only ships within United States.
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