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I am currently supplying nickel Jewelry box hardware.


The hinges don’t come up to brusso standards but are very acceptable and easy to install

The lock is full mortise and also easy to install.

I have been using them on my own boxes for the last 6 months and have had no problems.

They will be sold as part of a package, which will be lock, 2 keys, escutcheon and a pair of hinges or catch and pair of hinges.

Below are some images of them.

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The cost will be £20 which will include 2 sets of machine screws one set for initial fitting and second set for final fitting, it will also include the correct drill size and delivery to the UK-or $40 to USA.

You can email me direct on ian@hawthornecrafts.com

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Looks good and I'm certainly interested. What payment methods do you accept?

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Hi Dom

I can take paypal to sales@hawthornecrafts.com or cheque payable to Ian Hawthorne.

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Ok, do you do anything else for example matching regular hinges, push latches or hooks?

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atm I am just checking to see what interest there is, I'm hoping in the future to look at different types and finishes of box hardware (perhaps satin or brushed look).

The main idea is to pass on good quality hardware that I can say from experience works and does what it says on the tin.

Far to often hinges come with screws that have a star head which quite frankly looks pretty rubbish so these will have the right size screw head for the countersink and standard slotted plus a drill size which I use and is the correct size, they also will be supplied with 2 sets of screws.

So anyone who shows interest will be put onto a my personal database when new items get introduced.

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Great Ian, I've been saying someone in this country should start producing stuff like this. I'm not in the market for anything right now, but will keep you in mind. Like Dom, standard Butt hinges would interest me also.


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You been on holiday Tom?

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No problems guys, this will give me a good idea of what there is a demand for.

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Sorry mate just been on the forum a lot this week but haven't seen any posts from you which is unusual. :lol:

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Ian what are the sizes of each item?

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The locks plate is 9mm x 56mm and the case is 19mm deep.

The hinges are 9mm x 46mm this is the lenght of the leaf measuring from
the edge of the barrel.

The catch measures 20mm high (10mm on each half) x 50mm long.

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Hi All

Thanks for the replys - I hope to have natural brass soon so watch this space, this will be available in both types of hinges

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