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HHP340209
Outstanding!

Solidly built, charming and wonderful! We test-purchased one set for our craftsman-Victorian home and it matched the 117- year-old feel perfectly! Can't wait for more to become available to that we can finish the other 14 doors :D
VIC101257
Antique drop pull handle

Excellent choices, quality products, service, and quick delivery. Matched our Eastlake drop basin perfectly.
WHW108048
Transom locks and chains

My wife and I are building a 1930s craftsman style house, with transom Windows over all the the main doors and interior openings. The transom locks and Chains purchased from Historic House Parts look awesome and period correct . Customer service couldn't have been better!! Great job.
GLA840316
Excellent product & customer service

Despite being backordered, I received my knobs with a fairly quick turnaround. They are heavy and well-made. I'm very happy with these in our kitchen!
P0825C
Kitchen faucet

I just finished installing the faucet and it's very nice. Beautifully machined. It works perfectly.
POR560039
Bathroom Door Pulls

For the French doors on our new bathroom, it was a challenge to find the right door knobs. We wanted a deep blue to match a Turkish ornament in the floor. These knobs were just the right color. As it turned out, using them as door pulls was the right idea, and we love them!
BP19910i
Beautiful!

Purchased to replace old yellowing cardboard candelabra covers - thought I wanted/needed a new chandelier until these beautiful covers revived it! People even think I purchased a new fixture!! Would highly recommend - price and shipping could not be beat! Would definitely do business again!! Thanks!!
PHK724409
PERFECT

So glad to learn about these awesome little tools to help save my walls in my 100 year old house! My large framed art hangs solidly on my walls without dinging them up or leaving nasty holes. What's more, it beats pounding several holes in the walls, should I change my mind about where I want things hung. Thanks!
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