1-1/8" Glass Barrel Knob Milk White

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K39-GBK-3MW
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$3.52

Product Overview

1-1/8" Milk White Glass Barrel Knob This milk white glass knob is in a depression glass style known as Manhattan. Manhattan is a modern (by antique glass standards) looking pattern with a design made of molded circles that are often referred to as "ribbed pattern". The guys who make these call them "barrel" knobs, but they taper in from top to bottom, so I don't think they are barrel-shaped. But, what do I know? I do know these are beautiful glass cabinet knobs with a simple nostalgic flavor that will transform any plain old cabinet or piece of furniture into a conversation piece. Just see the additional images from the popular DIY blogs Number Fifty Three, Start at Home & Maison de Pax below for proof!
  • Diameter: 1 1/8" (28.58 mm)
  • Projection: 1" (25.4 mm)
  • Color: Milk White
Please note this measurement information: The bolt (2-1/2") that comes standard with these extends beyond the back of this glass knob 1-7/16". 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. Thank you to Brooke at Start at Home for the nice photos of the mint green dresser! The two tone antique chest with the milk glass knobs comes from the beautiful blog Maison de Pax! And Number Fifty-Three is featured again! I just linked to her homepage here for you to see all Angela's other wonderful projects. The stunning black desk featuring these milk glass knobs comes to us from Fine Flipping!

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