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Acrylic Royale

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Appliance Pull

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Appliance Pull, Arch

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Appliance Pull, Block

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Appliance Pull, Circa

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Appliance Pull, Contemporary I

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Appliance Pull, Contemporary II

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Appliance Pull, Manhattan

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Appliance Pull, Millennium

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Appliance Pull, Ornate

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Appliance Pull, Ribbon & Reed

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Appliance Pull, Sierra

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Appliance Pull, Tab Pulls

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Appliance Pull, Tuscany

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Back-to-Back Pull, Block

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Back-to-Back Pull, C855 Series

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Back-to-Back Pull, Charlie's Collection

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Back-to-Back Pull, Contemporary I

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Back-to-Back Pull, Contemporary II

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Back-to-Back Pull, Fiore

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Back-to-Back Pull, Millennium

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Back-to-Back Pull, Tuscany

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C855 Series

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Charlie's Collection

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Classic Traditional

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Contemporary Crystal

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Contemporary I

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Contemporary I Crystal

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Contemporary II

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Contemporary Knobs

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Crystal

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Escutcheon, Traditional

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Geometric

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Hickory

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Manhattan

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Millennium

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Moderne

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Redondo

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Ribbon & Reed

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Ring Pulls

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Simplicity

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Slit Top

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Style Cents

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Tab Pulls

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Traditional

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Tuscany

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Venetian

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Vita Bella

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Abernathy

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Backplates

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Bar Pulls

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Brass Classics

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Brass Wire Pulls

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Carrione

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Crawford

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Cup Pulls

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Destine

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Edge Pulls

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Esquire

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Essential'Z

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Everyday Heritage

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Expressions

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Extensity

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Forgings

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Full Inset, Partial Wrap, Ball Tip

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Grace Revitalize

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Harmony

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Inspirations

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Installation Tool

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Lattice

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Matrix Concealed

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Mergence

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Monument

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Mulholland

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Nature's Splendor

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Premise

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Revolve

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Sea Grass

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Solid Brass Cup Pulls

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Stature

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Sterling Traditions

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The Anniversary Collection

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Traditional Classics

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Westerly

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Angled Drop

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Browning

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Campaign

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Centinel

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Chunky Knobs

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Craftsman

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Edge Pulls

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Element

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Elizabeth

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Hammered Medallion

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Limited Editions

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Low Arch

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Mandalay

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Modernist

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Off Center

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Olde World

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Paradigm

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Platform

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Primitive

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Round Rail

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Round Thin

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Roundabout

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Shelley

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Stainless Steel

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Steam Punk

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Successi

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Sutton Place

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Thin Square

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Tom Tom

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Trocadero

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Wadsworth

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Wide Square

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Zanzibar

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ESTATE

When people say it's lonely at the top, they're definitely not talking about Baldwin Estate. This impressive top-of-the-line portfolio comes with plenty of company; everyone wants it. Estate includes seemingly infinite possibilities, elegant finishes and exclusive, custom styles. Estate is quality that feels custom-made, because it is.

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Bronzes De France Cabinet Hardware Collection

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Createurs Art Deco

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Createurs Las Cases Collection

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Gigou Collection

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Quincaillerie Centrale Collection

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Art Deco - Post Modern

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Bauhaus

Created in Germany by Architect Walter Gropius, the Bauhaus school searches for solutions to contemporary problems by developing high quality utilitarian mass produced products as a way to cover vital needs for an impoverished post world war I Germany.

In the area of design, the study of handicraft was considered the natural way for artists to master the qualities of materials and form so that they could design well for mass production. In these respects, and in the minimizing of philosophy and other verbal disciplines, the Bauhaus was the earliest working example of much contemporary design education becoming a consulting center for industry and the trades.

Lack of ornament, pure function adapting design to the world of machines are some of the most evident characteristics of the Bauhaus school of art and design.

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Early 20th Century

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Francis I

The reign of Francis I is considered part of the first period in the development of French Renaissance and can be called the Italian period of ornament which belongs primarily to the area of Lombardy. Buildings are still designed in the gothic manner but dressed in renaissance style.

Examples can be found in the castles of the Loire valley. This style is full of ornamental sculptures highly influenced by Italian artists but nonetheless adjusted into the French manner.

Arabesque decorative motifs, introduced in France by the Arabs and Grotesque motifs coming from Italy are used during the entire French Renaissance period.

The emblems of the king like the Salamander and the letter F are constantly present in the designs as well as floral motifs that come out of human shapes and turn into letter forms. In this period there is an abundance of decoration, low and high relief are clearly defined and become deeply carved.

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Georgian-Anne

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Haussman - Directory

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Italian Renaissance

The projection of measured shapes, mathematical truth and formal beauty became conjoined in the minds of Renaissance artists.

The discovery of perspective in art and architecture changed the way artists perceived and depicted human life.

The word Renaissance refers to the revival of ancient Rome and classical antiquity. The use of mythical animals from classical times involving a delicate perception of their charm in a way still twigged with medieval romance is very much present during the Renaissance period.

The use of classical motifs, profusion of floral ornaments, the use of small animals, arabesques (floral motifs completely symmetrical with the shape of a candelabra) and grotesques (designs derived from antiquity discovered in Rome in the XV th. Century where the symmetry present in the arabesques disappears) as well as mythological creatures are some of the repertory used in terms of design along with high and low relief carvings.

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Louis XIV

The style of Louis the XIV is without any doubt the most distinguished and sumptuous for its decorative richness and impeccable taste. The wealth in the use of materials like gold, marble , crystal and gilded hand chiseled bronze is unparalleled. Ornament is abundant, but never overcharged. The quality of craftsmanship during this period is considered to be the highest ever in the history of French decorative arts. The most common decorative elements in this period are: The sun, shells , masks with rays (symbol of the sun king) along with the two L crossing each other as well as the use of military symbols like helmets. Plants are also used in the designs, specially laurel and acanthus leaves. Garlands of flowers are also frequent. The use of symmetry and straight lines will later become a great contrast between the style of Louis the XIV and the later Regency and Louis the XV periods. During the long and prosperous period of Louis the XIV all artistic academies where founded. The creative production and its influence all over Europe cannot be questioned, this is the reason why the reign of Louis the XIV is called the Grand Si cle.

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Louis XV

This style may be the most characteristic of the French baroque era. The lack of symmetry, the overabundance of shell motifs and twisted leaves makes this style extremely ornate.

The most important decorative element of this period is without any doubt the Rocaille . Checkered panels are also used. Designs are full of fantasy and abstraction that makes this period quite unique in itself.

The lack of symmetry of the shell type motif makes it blend with all the curves and become a complete visual experience that invites the eyes to flow dynamically. The style of Louis the XV reign is full of creativity, imagination and visual excess.

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Louis XVI

This style really began in the second part of the reign of Louis XV and expanded over the entire reign of Louis XVI. The origins of this style go back to the ruins of Pompeii and the Greco-Roman art, during this time archaeological sites were visited by architects that brought back new designs.

The revelation of Greek art around 1760 was critical in the development of this style. Louis XVI decoration followed the influence of two writers and thinkers of the time: Diderot and Rousseau, the first one brought simplicity and sensibility and the second one concentrated in the love of nature and the return to a simple life.

Rustic motifs like: land working utensils, baskets with flowers, hearts and arrows, ribbons, garlands with leaves and flowers, musical instruments, scientific instruments, oval shaped medallions and fire torches mixed with elements of antiquity like: beaded, rais-de coeur, Greek friezes and reed and ribbon details.

This style is a mix of archaic and naturalistic motifs as well as sentimental attributes, which account for its uniqueness and charm.

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Reed & Ribbon

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Spanish

We consider contemporary all styles developed during the 20th. century as a way to carry on some historical aesthetic in a subtle way, Hence our Haussman-Directory collection reflects a neo-French look. In the same way, our Early 20th Century collection reflects the contemporary crave for federal American simplicity.

Some other contemporary collections like Patagonia take on a more romantic approach into primitive forms. The Spanish wrought iron series tries to bring back Spanish colonial times into today s world searching for a new identity.

Our gothic collection becomes a modern interpretation of gothic architecture. Our stone and crystal collections are some of Fersa s contributions to the development of our trade into the 21st. century.

Fersa continues to elaborate new designs along with preserving period styles. Our factory and a professional team of designers present a new collection every year as a continous effort in the development of this ancient trade.

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11-Min Organizers

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Aberdeen

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Annadale

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Backplates

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Belfast

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Bienville

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Bordeaux

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Brackets

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Bremen 2

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Brenton

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Catches

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Catches & Accessories

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Commercial Hardware

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Cordova

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Cosgrove

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Cypress

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Drill Guide for Escutcheons

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Edgefield

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Escutcheons

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Evangeline

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Extra and Replacment Parts for Organizers

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Florence

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Glenmore

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Hayworth

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Katharine

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Kingsport

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Madison

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Maybeck

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Merryville

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Milan 1

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Milan 2

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Mixer Lift

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Montclair

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No Wiggle Pullouts

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Palisade

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Prestige

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QuickTray

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Regency

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Retail Pack Hardware

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Rochester

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STORAGE WITH STYLE

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Shelf Supports

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Somerset

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Sullivan

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Symphony

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TandemLED and WAV Items

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Thatcher

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Venezia

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Westbury

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Beaded

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Cabinet Knobs

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ELLIS

A collection that honors its traditional architectural heritage. Classic, ornate details are achieved through age-old investment casting techniques. The timeless beauty of bronze combined with elegant lines allow for seamless integration of style.

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Ted Boerner

Designed by Ted Boerner, respected San Francisco-based furniture designer, offers five new cabinet hardware collections, including chunky handles and asymmetrical knobs and pulls.

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Armadio

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Artifex

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Atherton

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Avalon Bay

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Cabriole

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Cadence

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Chalice

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Chemin de Fer

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City Lights

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Classico

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Corinthian

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Country

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Crescendo

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Fair Isle

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Finestrino

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Firenza

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French Court

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Haniburton

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Heathrow

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Heirloom Treasures

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Imperial Shell

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Interlude

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Italian Contemporary

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Kingsway

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Lumiere

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Lumiere Transitional

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Martello

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Menlo Park

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Mother of Pearl

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Northport

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Profile

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Pub House

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San Marco

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Skyevale

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Sorrento

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Steamworks

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Stradella

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Tiger Penshell

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Traditional Designs

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Wine Themes

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Branch Pull

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Cardiff Iron

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Cedarvale Pull

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Chiseled 3"

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Chiseled 4"

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Chiseled 6"

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Iron Branch

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Knot Iron

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Knot Pull

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Leaf Drawer

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Pine Pull

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Ranch Drawer

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Ranch Iron

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Sassafras Drawer

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Sedona Drawer

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Sedona Iron

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Sparrow Drawer

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Urban Forge

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Village Smithy

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Additions

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Appliance

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Back to Back Door Pull

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Barrington

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Chareau

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Crystal

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Lynwood

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Regent's Park

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Sanctuary

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Sanctuary II

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Transcend

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