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Need help identifying drawer style

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I have some old bedroom furniture that has a weird drawer style. I am having difficulty finding new pulls and wondered if anyone knows the name of the drawer style or where I can find replacement pulls. Pic attached. Thanks so much!
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It's possible that the pull is a custom made one used by the maker of that furniture.









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I think Cabinetman is 100% correct. I would bet that pull was made for that application.

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Check marine suppliers for hatch lifts (handles).

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I think Cabinetman is 100% correct. I would bet that pull was made for that application.

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A search could be done for "pulls" and look at thousands of pieces of hardware, and maybe get lucky and find it somewhere. Some manufacturing companies have hardware made for them, called "proprietary". I think that's what it could be.






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Maybe Vandykes cabinet hardware would have something.
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Check marine suppliers for hatch lifts (handles).

If you look close you will see that the pull needed fits a groove in the center.

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If it's the exact hardware that's needed, just check the furniture for a manufacturer that you could contact. You might be able to order from them.






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Thanks

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True GeorgeC, though it is probably 99% proprietary, I just threw in a remote possibility.
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