Drawer Pulls

I had some nice antique brass drawer pulls that look quite nice against the deep red of the bubinga but I had to forgo them as the screws were an odd length and I couldn’t find a replacement. I know just but new screws but they are inch and I am in a country that uses metric so it was too much searching for something so small. I ended up making them, which is just as easy.

For this I choose some birds-eye maple I had and route a groove with a round-over bit on all four side.

After the groove has been routed I cut a bevel on the top and put in some 4mm wood anchors.


The final appearance.


About Alex

Love making sawdust and turning wood into objects of practical beauty.
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