When La Quincaillerie first started, we did not realise how fantastic furniture knobs could be, and how rich the selection. Cabinet knobs and handles have existed for a long time;
they are made out of countless materials, basic and precious woods, ash tree, ebony, cork, oak, boxwood, industrial and crafted glass, blown glass, flat glass, horn, bone, leather, brass, zamak, inox, bronze, sketched out by craftsmen, architects, Gregotti, designers.
It is quite a simple matter, since cabinet knobs only require one screw. For handles, it is a little more difficult; they require two. Most of the time, but not always, center-to-center distances are multiples of 32 millimeters, so we carry products with distances of 32, then 64, 96, 128, etc., etc., up to as large as 1184 millimeters.
They are pure elements of decoration; I consider knobs and handles to be the first element, the smallest decorating item in an interior.
A mere brass sphere with a 20-millimeter diameter enables us to open a two meter-high cupboard door, and, surprisingly, this tiny sphere, perhaps in matte golden brass, will have a tremendous effect on the five great doors in your corridor.
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