The Armac Martin Queslett Knob knob with Square Backplate is part of the Queslett range that includes Queslett handles and a variety of kitchen and bedroom Armac Martin Queslett knobs and drawer pulls. The Queslett knob is beautifully manufactured right here in the UK from hot forged solid brass and finished in various stunning finishes. The solid brass Queslett knobs offer a classic New England theme, and are an enduring favourite with many of the country's top bespoke kitchen makers.
Armac Martin tell us the name comes from Squire Queslett of Birmingham who according to legend was praised for his culinary skills and well-ordered kitchens! Often used by bespoke kitchen companies, we are able to supply these direct from the manufacturer allowing you to achieve that bespoke look on your own kitchen too. Please see related products below for a matching cup pull drawer handle
NOTE - available in all Armac Martin's 21 finishes:
Brass Finishes: Polished Brass Lacquered, Polished Brass Unlacquered, Satin Brass Lacquered, Satin Brass Unlacquered.
Chromes and Nickel Finishes: Polished Chrome Plated, Satin Chrome Plated, Polished Nickel Plated, Satin Nickel Plated, Burnished Nickel Plated and Hand Burnished Nickel and Antique Silver Lacquered.
Copper Finishes: Satin Copper Lacquered, Polished Copper Lacquered and Antique Copper Lacquered
Antique Finishes: Antique Brass Lacquered, Antique Brass Unlacquered, Burnished Brass, Satin Antique Satin Lacquered, Satin Antique Gloss Lacquered, American Bronze Lacquered and Chocolate Bronze Lacquered.
Supplied in SINGLES complete with M4 Fixing Bolts.
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