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We make them by hand in our workshop in rural Pembrokeshire.

Hand made oak cabinet knobs
Cupboard knobs
Knobbs cupboard knobs are amazingly versatile and can make a huge difference to the way your furniture looks, fitted or freestanding.  It's well known that changing the handles for knobs... Read More
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New woodstain shades
How exciting, we've just taken delivery of some new Protek Royal Exterior wood finish in 3 brand new shades - Flamingo Pink, Giddy Green and Passionate Plum.  You might know... Read More
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Knobbs Hardware Videos
Our first venture into the world of film!  To view the films go back to the news page, they are numbered 1-4.  We hope you enjoy them.  If you have... Read More
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How to make a wooden door knob pt 4
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How to make a wooden door knob pt 3
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How to make a wooden door knob pt 2
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How to make a wooden door knob pt1
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white and cream cupboard knobs
Introducing white and cream cabinet knobs
During our quieter moments we've been working on new colours for our cupboard and cabinet knobs. We've been asked for white and cream cabinet knobs so are pleased to announce... Read More
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Standard Woodstain Dimensions
Standard woodstain dimensions.  Here are the dimensions of our standard woodstain door knobs.  All numbers given on the diagrams are in millimetres (mm). Atholl Dimensions Birnam Dimensions Caledonia Dimensions Dunsinane... Read More
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How do they fit together and work?
How do they fit together and work?  Knobbs door knob sets are supplied with 8mm standard square spindles.  Most locks and latches have 8mm by 8mm followers - the square... Read More
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How are the door knobs finished?
How are the door knobs finished?  Knobbs standard design doorknobs are hand sanded and coloured with water based woodstains.  They are then sprayed with a minimum of six coats of... Read More
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What materials do we use?
What materials do we use?  In environmental terms wooden door knobs are perhaps the ultimate in `green` door furniture. The beech, oak and ash we use comes from managed woodlands... Read More
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How our bespoke door knobs are made.
How our bespoke doo knobs are made.  The four Standard Designs - Atholl, Birnam, Caledonia and Dunsinane are named after Scottish forests.  They are turned from beech - a plentiful,... Read More
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Standard Woodstain Designs
Four different standard woodstain doorknob designs turned in beech (from left to right - Atholl, Birnam, Caledonia and Dunsinane). We have eight different finishes available mounted on matching wooden roses:... Read More
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A brief history of wooden door knobs..
It is almost impossible to give a precise date or even a period when wooden door knobs first began to be used.  But several elements had to come together before... Read More
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