Arts & Crafts Light Copper Stickley Drawer Pulls

Patterned from the original designs of Gustav and Leopold Stickley, this cast copper hardware has been re-issued by the Stickley Furniture Company exclusively for Rockler! These pulls duplicate the hand-hammered texture of the originals and are finished to a warm, glowing patina.Cast copper.Includes mounting hardware.

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