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Cutter Pull

$62.00
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Overview:

The Cutter Pull is a nod to the age old craft of leather braiding – think a seasoned stockman making a whip or fashioning the decorative flourishes on his saddle. As a drawer pull, the beauty of the leather wrapped Cutter Pull is that the oils of your skin will age it in the loveliest way over time.


Designed in Australia, made in India

  • Dimensions:

    2cm foot height x 29cm o/a length x 4cm depth. 1.4cm rod diameter. Screw point width: 27 cm. Due to the hand-beaten nature of this product, dimensions may vary slightly.

  • Material:

    Blackened iron & leather. Due to the nature of this material, the finish may vary from piece to piece.

  • Sibellas Suggestions:

    GOOD FOR | large drawer pull, kitchen cabinetry, wardrobe pull. WHERE TO USE | indoor, minimal exposure to water & humidity

  • Installation notes:

    We provide complimentary screws that match hardware styles where appropriate to truly make them sing and complete the look! Screws aren’t self-tappers so we recommend pre-drilling a pilot hole when installing. We are unable to tailor the screws provided to suit all installation needs, and strongly recommend visiting your local hardware store for professional advice & specific requirements. For knobs and pulls that are fitted with a thread, we suggest trimming to length required before installing.

  • Care guide:

    LEATHER | For normal cleaning and removing dust, wipe with a very soft dry cloth. In case of spots, wipe with a soft dry cloth that has been well wrung in boiled, then cooled clean water. A water based leather cleaner or very mild, diluted pure white soap flakes of your choosing may be used and followed up with a leather conditioner if desired. Let them dry naturally. If unsure we recommend a spot test first. It is often better to leave smaller spots untreated and for time to wear them off & allow the surface to be a living patina. BLACKENED IRON | Blackened iron has been treated with a black oxidised finish for corrosive resistance and a beautiful deep rich black lustre. Our iron products are then sealed with a satin or matte gloss lacquer finish for further protection. Due to the inherent properties of iron, even once lacquered, when exposed to the air, salt & varied climates, oxidisation & patina will occur over time. The character of metal as it gets marked, changes and ages is beautiful and worth celebrating. A rub down of your product with Penetrol on a rag will help to maintain the black colouration and lustre as well as treat any surface rust that may appear over time particularly in salty environments. Embrace the changing surface of this wonderful & time honoured metal. Regular maintenance with Penetrol will be your iron product's best friend!

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