Emtek, 86404, Knobs, Crystal And Porcelain, Cabinet Hardware, Square, All Emtek items are made to order. 1-3/4" Diameter Lido Cabinet Knob from the Crystal Collection The Emtek Lido Crystal knob features a clear square shaped design atop a brass stem. With even the slightest light, the Lido crystal cabinet knob shines with brilliance, bringing a bathroom, kitchen or bedroom from plain to luxurious. Emtek's Glass Crystal cabinet knobs and pulls offer an elegant and exquisite look. With shapes and sizes such as diamond, cone and globe, Emtek's crystal cabinet hardware can fit traditional, Victorian and contemporary motif's alike. See all Emtek crystal door hardware and cabinet hardware for a complete house solution. Features: Glass Construction Includes Installation Screws Clear Crystal Design Dimensions: Knob Diameter: 1-3/4" Projection: 1-3/4" Emtek is dedicated to bringing interesting, well made hardware back into American homes. Until about 1930 there was a proud history of hardware in America. Hundreds of small factories made an enormous variety of creatively designed products. Craftsmen from many disciplines devoted their energies to making locks that provided both function and beauty. Unfortunately, during the depression many of these factories failed, and then during WWII brass became scarce and lock designs were reduced to the bare essentials. In more recent years the emphasis on cheap, high volume building products has discouraged manufacturers from re-introducing well made hardware. But now these ideas are changing, Americans are re-discovering the satisfaction that comes from owning well designed products. Emtek's mission is to make it possible for home owners to apply these higher expectations to door locks. We are striving to provide a broad, interesting range of products that consumers can use as elements of decor, not just as a way to latch a door.
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