The Finesse Design Swirl Pewter Cupboard Knob PCK001 is hand made from genuine lead-free pewter. Made in England to original designs as part of the award winning 'Finesse' range. The Finesse Swirl cupboard knob uses a graceful sphere shape with a simple and beautiful swirl pattern cast into the face. This solid pewter knob is beautiful in its simplicity and it is for this reason that this piece is one of our most popular cupboard knobs.
Finesse Design deal only in Hand made, genuine pewter handles that are crafted in England using original designs, created in-house in Finesse's design hub and workshop in Durham, Northern England. These cupboard knobs really highlight the natural beauty of pewter, and will give a great bespoke look and finish to your interior. This Swirl cupboard knob can be matched with a variety of other Swirl door knobs and cupboard knobs within Finesse's Swirl collection for a cohesive theme throughout the home.
Please note; It is recommended that these cupboard knobs be installed with the Fixing Screw Extension available. This is especially important if your cupboard doors are thicker than standard 25mm (1" inch). The Fixing Screw Extension also increases the strength and stability of the screw fixing.
Supplied in SINGLES complete with M4 bolt fixings.
Diameter - 45mm
Projection - 40mm
2 – 3 Working Days
NOTE: If your order contains a mix of products they will be despatched altogether. The delivery will be determined by the product with the longest delivery time. For more info see delivery page.
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Are these a silvery pewter or nearly black, please? Also, in the pictures there is a plate attached to the door, do they come with these? Our wooden ones we are replacing are fitted into predrilled recesses so I would need to know that they will sit over the recess, rather than in it and then not sit proud enough from the kitchen units, please
Finally, I am looking for 6, are these sale or return, please?
no, they should not come with a plate, these are supplied separately.
Pewter is more silver, not black. It will have dark tones throughout but not to strong
Answered 8 months ago