Timeless Classic Knobs Collection
The Saddleworth knobs and pulls are incredibly detailed with a lot of swirls. It is a rather low relief design, so while being very detailed, it is not overbearing on your overall design. Saddleworth is a civil parish which is located in the Greater Manchester, England. The place itself is a museum due to the Local Government Act of 1972. One can still draw quite a bit of inspiration from Saddleworth with its distinct identity, which seems to have almost frozen in time.
The Celtic Isles knobs are low-relief, but beautiful and definitely a piece to be noticed. It features the Celtic Knot, which was brought to Britain in the 6th century to be used as illustrations for the Gospels. Some Anglo-Saxons utilized the design for personal decoration. It has since become prevalent, appearing in quite a bit of artwork, tattoos, jewelry, and even clip arts.
The Regal Crest knob has extensive details and a majestic feel to it. The Regal Crest knob has an elegant look with classic scrolls and beaded designs. The Family Crests were usually the "crest" part of the overall coat of arms. It was to be used as the clan badge. It was used as engravings on furniture and jewelry, bookplates, and many other items.
The Chateau knob has an intricate design with deep-relief. The Chateau knob is inspired by the chateaus found on the French country-side. They were grand houses of the nobility, the chateaus were usually passed down. The architectural details were inspired by the new ideas of geometry and proportions. It was to look strong and fortified while remaining elegant and breath-taking. The Chateau design is just that - it looks incredibly strong and bold, yet still refined and graceful.
The Classic Weave knob has a striking and textured design. It is a versatile design due to its universal nature. It would be a perfect element in almost every room. It would be a fantastic knob for a room which seems to have a conservative design direction due to the cast that it would be the detail to really take the whole space to the next level. Weaves and knots are usually used to signify togetherness and closeness, making it symbolic in many cultures.