We have an extensive range of door hardware, including traditional hand-forged and cast iron options. Whether you are looking for door knobs, handles, pulls, latches, bolts or hinges, our authentic designs are the perfect finishing touch to any interior project. For your traditional casement windows we have three cast iron classic designs, available in black and pewter.
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Meet U. Made of plastic, these locks are suitable for damp and humid environments. These highly pick-resistant locks have specially designed half-moon keys that cannot be duplicated.
Search Advanced Search. Latches These antique and vintage cabinet latches are used for securing the door of a cabinet or piece of furniture. Some of the smaller ones were also used for window latches but I've grouped them all here since use on a cabinet is more frequent.
It defines the boundary between public and private. It is the front line in the battles between victims and perpetrators, haves and the have-nots, good guys and bad guys, the authorities and fugitives, incumbents and rebels, forces of light and darkness, emancipators and evildoers. Effective locking of a door can be accomplished by a simple wooden bar across its inside dropped into open wall brackets.
At Kennedy Hardware, our selection of antique reproduction cabinet latches includes dozens of design and material combinations in turn, slide, and Hoosier styles. We stock stamped latches, cast latches in brass and cast ironand we have nearly three dozen varieties of Hoosier cabinet latches. Whether you need an ornate or simple design in bright or brushed finish, our spring-loaded cast latches are available in brass, bronze, or nickel.
Antique, vintage and newer tools for all trades and collectors. Two 24" Industrial Hinges. Two 28" Industrial Hinges.
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Nostalgic for hardware with vintage style? These little latches will add a big dose of character to your cabinetry. Whether you're due for a kitchen overhaul or your bath built-ins just need a quick face-lift, adding latches is an easy way to inject a hit of period style. First appearing in Victorian-era kitchens as elaborately detailed brass or iron hardware with bolts that manually slid into place, these cabinet-door catches were paired with equally ornamental bin pulls.