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How to make a wooden door knob pt1

     

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Knobbs Hardware top Google charts!

Knobbs Hardware top Google Charts!

Knobbs Hardware top of the Google charts!  A quick Google search for “wooden door knobs UK” this afternoon revealed that Knobbs Hardware is at the top of page 1, even above a certain on-line auction website!

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Dunsinane style door knobs in F&B “Railings”

Gallery page wooden door knobs Dunsinane style doorknobs in F&B “Railings”

This is one of our standard door knob styles called Dunsinane.  Over the last couple of years we’ve made lots of cupboard knobs and sprayed them with Farrow and Ball paints, but this order was for door knobs for a new build in a beautiful dark grey F&B shade called “Railings”.  These ones have just […]

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Oak Shaker Knobs

wooden cupboard knob oak shaker style knob

Our new oak shaker style cupboard knobs are now ready for take off!  We have three different sizes. P is 30mm, Q is 35mm and R is 40mm.  A real design classic they’ve been very popular so far. They’re NOT made by a CNC machine, but actually turned on a lathe using chisels by me (Angela). […]

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Keyhole surrounds

wooden keyhole surrounds

We’ve been rummaging around in boxes in the workshop this week and uncovered these keyhole surrounds. They’re made in beech, 35mm dia and 2mm deep. They are available for home completion at the special price of £2.50 each with free postage. If you’d like some please let us know.

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Pinterest

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We now have a board on Pinterest with lots of lovely photos of our work.  We’ll keep adding to this as time goes by.  It’s at https://uk.pinterest.com/knobbshardware/handmade-wooden-door-knobs/. Please follow the page for updates.  Thank you.

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Fitting your new door knobs

Fitting your new doorknobs

Ideally you would fit your new door knobs after decorating (assuming you are decorating of course). If that’s not possible please wrap the knobs in plastic – something like a sandwich bag or cling film secured with an elastic band would be our suggestion.   Please don’t apply masking tape or any other type of […]

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