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11/10/2011

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Awesome!! I inherited this very old dresser/odd piece of furniture. It was actually dated to late 1700's...Anyway, it had the original glass knobs but the last 10 years it started seriously falling apart. Beyond repair. I was heartbroken but the drawer fronts were still in pretty good shape. They were semi-long with one knob each. I took the fronts and was able to drill holes for two more knobs to make a really cool coat/bag rack. I swear I've seen the same thing in Pottery Barn!!

I LOVE that brass handle! I'll have to start hunting out some hardware like that.

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