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New Old Stock vintage Amerock cabinet pulls — coming out of the old hardware store

vintage amerock cabient pullsNew Old Stock Amerock cabinet pulls are now being pulled out of the old time hardware store in Iowa. Same store as has all the New Old Stock kitchen faucets, bathroom faucets, and Hall-Mack bathroom accessories like towel bars, towel pins, revolving toilet paper holder — even a tow’lscopes!

>>> New Old Stock Amerock cabinet hardware — pulls, hinges and more

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  1. Sara says:

    Wow, I’m drooling!!! I found NOS Ajax chrome boomerang drawer pulls on ebay a few years ago and was able to buy enough for my entire kitchen and then some. Absolutely changed the entire look and feel of my kitchen, which has the original 1950 built-in-place cabinetry. Not only do they look great, they’re high quality at a fraction of the price of new. These Amerock designs are just fantastic. I’d love to see the kitchens and baths they end up in!

  2. Cyd says:

    This has me searching again for a drawer pull with screws 4 7/8″ apart. At this point I don’t even care if it matches the others on this late 1950’s dresser.

  3. Andi says:

    I have these exact pulls on my 1952 kitchen with original cabinets. The pulls had been replaced by interim owners when we bought the house, but I had found an old box of these (used) in the basement of our previous house (a Victorian that had had a kitchen update in the 40s or 50s). There were 27 pulls, and I was thrilled when I counted and realized that my “new” 1952 kitchen had precisely 27 places that needed them! The change was so dramatic—the pulls and the cabinets were clearly meant to be together!

  4. Craig says:

    My mid century house has about 30 cupboards and drawers that use these. My guest house is missing all of them so I wom the drawer handles but lost on the cabinet handles. I guess I will have to keep searching for the cabinet handles.

  5. Scott says:

    Me, too, in my 1954 Modest. I feel kind of famous seeing them featured here.

    For anyone worried about durability, these are a safe bet. Before I bought my house, it suffered through about 7 years of extreme wear and tear as a rental, but through it all the kitchen hardware still gleams like brand new at 64 years old and counting!

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