The Bournville Cupboard Knob has a classical oval shape, aesthetically pleasing it will also be comfortable to hold in your hand.
Designed and made by the Armac Brassworks in Birmingham, England the design takes it's inspiration from a village called Bournville on the south side of Birmingham, best known for its connections with the Cadbury family and of course chocolate. Historically it had many stables and thriving blacksmiths around the village and this has influenced our design for the knob, which blends a Blacksmith's anvil with a Cadbury's chocolate drop!
A note regarding the antique brass finish – These products are created in a traditional foundry using solid forged or cast brass, which is then treated with a solution to naturally oxidize the metal. This dulls the brass finish to give the item an authentic appearance. Note that by nature of the way in which this is achieved, the finish may differ slightly from batch to batch, and may be darker than the image shown. If this is the case, and you would prefer the finish to be a lighter-coloured brass, they can be polished up with a metal cleaner such as ‘Brasso’. This is possible because the finish is left un-lacquered for authenticity
Supplied as SINGLES complete with fixing screws.