This is an old fashion antique style of clear glass knob just like grandma had on her kitchen cabinets back in the day.
These clear glass knobs are made using original antique glass formulas and will age to reflect a mellow champagne color over the years. This makes them perfect for adding an antique touch to old furniture.
The glass knob is mounted with a chrome plated machine screw that slides through the glass knob and is held in place by a chrome plated nut.
This is the original style and fastening method. If you would like to attach these clear glass knobs with a modern knob screw and avoid the protrusion of a nut and screw behind the door front, then purchase the ferrule kits on the glass knob page in the length and finish you require.
Perfect for small drawers as seen in the additional images from the furniture design blog Number Fifty-Three.
Also pictured is this knob in use with our oil rubbed bronze mounting ferrule in a picture from Maggie Overby Studios.
And again, the images from Gail at My Repurposed Life shows these beautiful reproduction glass knobs used just how they were designed to be used on a beautiful reclaimed Singer sewing table.
The last picture is from Maureen at Nouvelle Vie Restoration.
- Diameter: 1" (25.4 mm)
- Projection: 1" (25.4 mm)
- Color: Clear Glass
Please note this measurement information: The bolt (2-1/2") that comes standard with these extends beyond the back of this glass knob 1-5/8". A 2" bolt is available near the bottom of the page, often used with the smaller glass knobs, in order to have less bolt protruding out the back.
D. Lawless Hardware Depression Glass Collection