Cabinet Carat Knob

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  • Tighten with care
  • No additional hardware required
  • Glass, brass
  • 1.25"W
  • 1.5" projection
  • 1.75" bolt can be trimmed to size
  • Imported
  • Style #: 47089


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Rated 5 out of 5 by Beautiful & durable I changed my medicine cabinet's knob from the manufacturer's knob, to anthro's "Bauble knob," but the threading stripped. The Cabinet Carat is easy to grasp, and tightens better (there is now a clear gasket included for better tightening). It looks great and holds up to constant opening of the cabinet. I highly recommend this style, especially for $6. August 2, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Like a giant jewel... I bought these about 4 years ago, but I thought I would contribute a photo. Also, they have held up well in my bathroom (where there is most certainly moisture). They have remained clear, not yellowed & are pretty resistant to scratching with normal wear. Another reviewer said they are kind of large, I disagree. They are a normal sized knob, just a little wider, but you can turn it on it's side (vertically) like I did on my cabinets. I have the one on the drawer on top horizontal. They are asymmetrically faceted, like another reviewer said, but I think this lends to their character & makes them look like a real jewel. (Be aware that the back screw is very long, though. (But these will work in knob holes that are larger as it tightens with a nut in the back). February 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Carat Knob Loved this knob when it came in. It fits perfectly on an odd long drawer in my bathroom. It is the bling I wanted. Very comfortable to grab too! February 21, 2011
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Drop Waist

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