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Albion Doors & Windows

Owner: Larry Sawyer
PO Box 220
Albion, CA 95410

Phone: 707-937-0078
Fax: 707-937-0078 (call first)
Website: 
www.knobsession.com
Email: 
bysawyer@mcn.org

Dealer of antique doors, windows, and related hardware


American Antique Hardware

Owner:
Keith and Sarah Chilcote

Phone: 503-399-8009
Website:
 www.americanantiquehardware.com/servlet/StoreFront
Email: contact@americanantiquehardware.com

For over 20 years Keith and Sarah Chilcote have helped restoration enthusiasts realize their dreams and bring their antique homes back to their original, historically accurate beauty. The Chilcotes specialize in restoring Victorian homes and have expertise in researching and acquiring antique hardware. Their dedication to finding and supplying customers with authentic antique hardware is unmatched.


Antique Door Hardware Collector

Owner: Thomas Iannucci
16624 Frederick Rd.
Mount Airy, MD 21771

Phone: 240-595-1115
Website: http://antiquedoorhardwarecollector.com
Email: antiquehardware@verizon.net

Offering a large variety of original antique hardware. You will find many unusual styles, specializing in rare figural patterns. Most of the higher quality antique hardware was made of cast bronze and dates from c.1860 to 1910. At this time there are still many different hardware patterns available. Also offered are complete sets of antique door hardware, in both passage and entry size, along with some of the finest sets of restored antique pocket door hardware available. Most are very ornate and in fine condition, ready for another 100 years of use.


Aurora Mills Architectural Salvage

Owner: Mike Byrnes 
14971 First St NE
Aurora, OR  97002

Phone: 503-678-6083
Fax:     503-678-3299
Email: 
auroramills@centurytel.net

Since 1999, Aurora Mills has scoured the countryside searching for the best in antique, vintage, and reclaimed architectural items, décor, and garden features. 

Our warehouse is filled with unique, historic, and vintage architectural materials, such as stained and beveled glass, lighting, fireplace mantles, ornamental cast iron, clawfoot tubs, Victorian hardware, terra cotta, rustic timbers and old growth flooring. Our experienced staff is ready to help. Don't hesitate to e-mail or call if you have any questions.


Bill’s Key & Lock Shop

Owner: Andy Streenz
127 E. Beaufort St.
Normal, IL 61761 
  -  or  - 
402 N. Main St. 
Bloomington, IL 61701

Phone: 309.454.1713 or 
         
   309-827-5522
Website: 
www.billskeyandlockshop.com/
Bloomington: 
www.billskeyandlockshop.com/bloomington.php 
Email: locksmith@billskeyandlockshop.com

We restore and repair all sorts of antique lock hardware from Victorian houses to roll-top desks.  We have years of experience in working on mortise locks and have a huge stock of parts to draw from.  Additionally, we can cut skeleton keys to fit your antique lock, and re-key mortise cylinders and unit locks.  We have a wide variety of escutcheons, plates, roses, knobs, mortise locks, rim locks, spindles, and everything else in between to make your antiques complete again.  If it has to do with an antique lock, we can repair it, replace it, or find it.  We are also a full-time locksmith service, servicing commercial, residential, automotive, and safes.


The Brass Knob

Owner: Donetta George 
2311 18th St. 
N.W. Washington, DC

Phone: 202-332-3370
Fax: 202-332-5594
Web Site: 
www.theBrassKnob.com
Email: 
BK@theBrassKnob.com

The Brass Knob stocks authentic antique hardware, restored lighting, mantels, stained glass and a variety of architectural decorative items ranging from Federal to Victorian, Rococo, Eastlake, Colonial Revival, Art Nouveau, and Art Deco


The Door Store

Owner: Sam Mirshak
1260 Castlefield Ave
Toronto, Canada, M6B 1G3

Phone: 416-863-1590
Fax: 416-863-5088
Website:
http://www.thedoorstore.ca/
Email:
info@thedoorstore.ca

The Door Store is a family business owned and operated by father-daughter team Sam & Leila Mirshak. We pride ourselves in being an invaluable resource to design professionals and homeowners alike, and in providing exceptional quality, service and expertise to our clients. Our goal is to offer a wide selection of pre-loved artifacts to inspire you, as well as the practical bits-and pieces you need.

 
House of Antique Hardware

Owner: Roy Prange
3439 NE Sandy Blvd./PMB 106
Portland, OR 97214

Phone: 888-223-2545
Fax: 503-231-1312
Web Site: 
http://www.houseofantiquehardware.com/
Email: 
Sales@HouseofAntiqueHardware.com

One of the largest selections of original and reproduction antique hardware available for sale online.

 
Liz’s Antique Hardware

Owner: Liz Gordon
453 South La Brea
Los Angeles, CA 90036

Phone: 323-939-4403
Fax: 323-939-4387
Web Site: 
www.lahardware.com/
Email: 
Shop@LAHardware.com

Contemporary and reproduction hardware and lighting.  Our inventory includes more than a million pieces of hardware (circa 1850 to 1970) for doors, windows, and furniture.  We also carry lighting, bath accessories, and other things that catch our eye.  But we don't limit ourselves to antique hardware. The Hardware Gallery features innovative contemporary hardware and lighting.  The LAH Collection is our line of contemporary hardware designed exclusively for The Hardware Gallery.  If you don't see what you're looking for on our website and you're not able to come into the store, we have a mail matching service.


Materials Unlimited

Owner: Reynold Lowe 
2 W. Michigan Ave.
Ypsilanti, MI  48197

Phone: 800-299-9462
Web Site: 
www.MaterialsUnlimited.com
Email:  
Materials@MaterialsUnlimited.com

Materials Unlimited is a full service provider of antique furniture, antique architectural salvage and restored period lighting. We are committed to the highest standards of integrity, excellence and quality in both our inventory and our customer service.

Our mission is to be the best source of quality antique products offered at fair and reasonable prices while providing excellent customer service.

  
Web Wilson’s Antique Hardware Auctions

Owner: Web Wilson
PO Box 506
Portsmouth, RI 02871Phone:

Phone: 800-508-0022
Email:
hww@webwilson.com

Web Wilson’s Antique Hardware Auctions have set record prices for more than 20 years. We have the best presentation, the best promotion, and the best buyers. Call us for a thorough analysis of how best to monetize your collection. We will travel to your location and produce a quality auction event from your city or town. Call us first if you have antique hardware to sell.


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Classic Home Hardware

Owner: Jim Morneau
PO Box 1102.
Canton, CT 06019

Phone: 860-693-4451
Website: www.classichomehardware.com
Email: sales@classichomehardware.com

We have been in and around the antique architectural salvage and restoration business since 1973. Our company specializes in the sale of a wide array of original antique house and furniture hardware. This includes many of the more common patterns for those of you looking to match a piece, as well as, rare and unusual items that will be a striking addition to your home or collection. We sell only antique hardware that is in good working order. We will state in the description whether or not the item has been restored. Open from 10:00 am – 6 pm (EST) Monday through Friday.


Gofer
Unlimited

Owner: Vicky Berol (Gofer #1)
2527 Gough St.
San Francisco, CA 94123

Phone: 415-771-9899
Fax: 415-956-4525
Email: 
sfgofer@yahoo.com

location service for antique builders hardware, period lighting, architectural detail, ceramic tiles, garden accessories and hard-to-find accents for residential or commercial projects.  Will work with architect, contractor, designer or individual homeowner.  Specialist in Victorian; also Arts & Crafts, Art Deco, Traditional, and modern items.  I'll "Gofer" you.

 

The knob shown above was made by the Ornamental Wood Co.; 1870
 


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