Clear glass knob with old style mounting. This old fashion antique style clear glass knob is just like the glass knobs grandma had on her kitchen cabinets. These clear glass knobs are made with original antique glass formulas, so they may age to a mellow champagne color over time when exposed to sunlight. To accelerate this process, place them in strong direct sun outside. This is the original style and fastening method. If you would like to attach these 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. You can see this knob in action by viewing it's recent features on the blogs Primitive & Proper, Number Fifty-Three, Embracing Change, Eastern Shore Chic Crafting in the Rain, & Lovely Retro Renos which focus on refurbishing older furniture into fabulous pieces of decor. And last but not least we have a nice closeup from The Spruce Studio as well as from Sweet Serendipity!
- Diameter: 1 1/4" (31.75 mm)
- Projection: 1 1/4" tall (31.75 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 1-3/8". 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
All links open in a new tab. The first images are from Cassie Bustamante
and are featured in a wonderful "Shades of the Sea" kitchen post from back when her blog was called Primitive & Proper. The one of kind blue dresser with all the wonderful artwork is from Surrey Lane Home
! The next photos of these clear glass knobs on a nice little blue MCM dresser come from Number Fifty-Three
. Viv & Violets Designs
did the wonderful white dresser makeover with these clear glass knobs. We also have several photos from Stacey at Embracing Change
who uses our Depression Glass Collection on all sorts of projects! The teal painted dresser
comes to us from the popular craft and decor blog Crafting in the Rain! The beautiful black dresser with the very ornate detail comes from Eastern Shore Chic
! (Facebook link) The final photos are from Peggy at Sweet Serendipity
! (Facebook link) The stunning wildflower dresser makeover comes to us from a top talent and customer! Thank you Eight Hundred Furniture
for sharing this beauty. Fine Flipping
is the talent behind the bright white cabinet with two glass knobs!