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HIN4003
Hinges

We are renovating our house in Redondo Beach, a 100 year old beach bungalow that was stuccoed. We re-faced the exterior to shingles (previously clapboard) and we are keeping the plastered walls and putting your hinges on all of the interior doors. Thanks!
DEC106104
Wow factor

We bought an Art Deco vanity table, that had ordinary round brown wooden knobs. We replaced those knobs with these Bakelite knobs. The look now catches our eyes and has upped the Wow factor of the piece in our bedroom.
KEY104369
Perfect Match

This dresser was one step away from the dumpster. I found it at a 2nd hand store for $10. After doing a little research, I found this to be salvageable and I was happy to find your website. Your service was fast and great. The pieces matched perfectly.
GLA840316
Excellent product & customer service

Despite being backordered, I received my knobs with a fairly quick turnaround. They are heavy and well-made. I'm very happy with these in our kitchen!
IBH107510
Great item!

Perfect piece for the icebox I refinished that came out of my childhood home! Made the icebox look like it did when it came out of the factory.
HHP051516
Perfect addition to any home

I got this piece to go along with our turn that we also purchased and this is absolutely beautiful. Easy install and a wonderful, historically accurate addition to my home.
NUM0508--
High quality - holds up well

We installed these numbers on our main house in 2011 and they look brand new to this day. Very happy with the weight and quality. Very durable and they look modern and fantastic. We purchased a second set for our back unit in 2018 because we are so happy with them. Great service from Historic House Parts too!
BP19910i
Great candles!

I purchased these candle covers to replace the ugly gold ones on my dining room chandelier. They make my 15 year old chandelier look like new!
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Spotlight On

Sanola  Subway Tile 

 

Spotlight On: Subway Tile

 

To stand up to the dirt and grime of a bustling, growing city, and to beautify the otherwise gloomy subway tunnels, architects George C. Heins and Christopher Grant LaFarge used a glossy white ceramic tile to protect and decorate the walls of the New York City Subway. By the time the subway system opened in 1904, Victorian concerns regarding hygiene and health had already popularized the use of tile in public buildings, private bathrooms, and kitchens. Not only was tile easy to clean, but Heins and LaFarge knew that it would be durable enough to use in the new subway tunnels. They worked with the Grueby Faience Company of Boston and the Rookwood Pottery Company of Cincinnati to create the tiles that still cover the tunnels today.

 

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Before and After

 

Before and After:

 

 

We offer restoration services on antique lighting and hardware. Our services include rewiring, cleaning, polishing, and repair. Learn more about these services and see some examples of our work by clicking the link below.

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