With a strong commitment to craftsmanship and quality, Hickory Hardware combines traditional methods with contemporary technology to produce hardware that is unmatched in character. As a subsidiary of Belwith Products, it has the backing of more than 120 years of experience. Their skilled designers have a sincere appreciation for Old World craftsmanship and ...Read More
These handles are beautiful! I had desks, file cabinets, and storage cabinets that all had different size handle holes and I wanted to paint everything white and change out the hardware to make it all match. The handles leaf design covers all of the existing holes without having to add a backplate on to it. Now that the office is done the handles make all of the cabinets look so different and beautiful!
Love These! (I bought 44). We recently updated our kitchen/dining room and ordered Kenmore Elite appliances. These cabinet handles had the same shape as the handles on our new Kenmore Elite oven doors and refrigerator. We have a good-sized kitchen and ordered 44 handles... all were in perfect condition, nice quality, nice satin finish. The original cabinet handles had ends that stuck-out and we snagged everything on those stupid handles (aprons, clothes, and even almost broke our fingers when they snagged.) I love the fact that these handles lay flat and don't snag on anything. We are installing 26 new drawers and cabinets in our dining room and have just ordered another 26 of these handles.
With a strong commitment to craftsmanship and quality, Hickory Hardware combines traditional methods with contemporary technology to produce hardware that is unmatched in character. As a subsidiary of Belwith Products, it has the backing of more than 120 years of experience. Their skilled designers have a sincere appreciation for Old World craftsmanship and are seasoned in the classic design methods of pencil sketching and hand modeling. Technology plays a supporting role with production lines that are modern and efficient. The Hickory Hardware brand, backed by Belwith Products, produces cabinet hardware for every style and any design.
The roots of the company run deep, beginning with the birth of a small foundry in Michigan in 1893. From the humble beginnings of the Keeler Brass® Company, international corporate ownership and multiple mergers, they are now known as Belwith, a privately owned and operated firm. Hundreds of years of staff experience, a living library of designs (dating back to 1900), and a passion to develop unique, creative hardware solutions positions them as the industry leader in kitchen cabinet, architectural, and furniture hardware.
Adding dramatic accent and subtle nuance to kitchen cabinetry, their commitment to Old World craftsmanship shows in every piece of decorative hardware designed and marketed. Belwith is fluent in the traditional methods of pencil sketching, hand modeling and finishing. The most modern computer manufacturing tools only complement and enhance the design process. Technology and engineering back their products while artistry is front and center.