Horton Brasses Launches Their New Seventh Finish!

horton_keyholes1Recently Horton Brasses announced a seventh finish available in their line of high quality reproduction furniture hardware. Six finishes has been the norm, so they decided to introduce something new, and this introduction is huge. It’s not as simple as a new product or size; instead they are offering an entirely new finish for every piece of brass hardware they make.

Light antique is now a standard, stock finish! Light Antique is lighter than our regular Antique but not so bright as to look new. This option provides the opportunity for reproduction and restoration projects to upgrade a bit in their appearance from traditional tarnished antique brass to a beautiful gold color shining through the soft antique brown.

Horton’s new finish is based on years of customer feedback, realizing that they were receiving requests for Light Antique and providing it upon special request. Adding it to their extensive product listing as a standard finish is a large undertaking, but a project whose time has come.

horton_interiorknobsWhat are the other six you ask? Satin brass and satin nickel are soft, warm finishes, while polished brass and polished nickel reflect and sparkle; daring the admirer to come closer. Antique brass and oil rubbed bronze are dark finishes and will appeal to customers looking for that timeless piece of hardware. Light antique fills the gap in their line-up of brass.

horton_chippendaleAll seven standard finishes are in stock at all times; no minimum order; no upcharge; quantity discounts available. Let’s also remember that Horton has a line of iron hardware in addition to their brass and nickle finish options. Hardware options include drawer pulls, escutcheons, knobs, hinges, hooks, catches, latches, locks, chest hardware, casters, brass trim, table hardware, and even house numbers and clock hardware.. We should also mention they maintain an inventory of nails, tacks, brads, screws; including even cut & rosehead nails.

horton_ironHoron’s brass hardware lines include Chippendale, Hepplewhite, Arts & Crafts, Queen Anne, Art Deco, William & Mary, Empire, & Victorian. Their iron products cover country, mission, & colonial projects. Artisans of the Valley offers Horton Brasses hardware on all their custom commissions and as options for replacement hardware for restoration projects.

Ask Artisans for Horton’s Hardware on your next commission and please check out Horton’s website: www.horton-brasses.com for more information!


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