CUSTOM: This item may be available as a custom or special order only. Before ordering, consider that a custom order cannot be returned or exchanged for any reason. At LookInTheAttic & Company, we do have the expertise and ability to manufacture this item in this particular combination or finish - but it will have a longer lead time and it would be a custom order.
Custom Orders - be sure to consider the following:
Custom Items Have Longer Lead Times
Custom Items Have Higher Prices
Manufacturers May or May Not Accept a Custom Request
No Discounts Are Available on Custom Work
Some Items Have Minimum Order Quantities
To place a custom order - or to discuss this particular item - please contact one of our staff experts by email (not by phone) at email@example.com and provide the item code and a brief description of the finish you require. In addition to being non-returnable and non-refundable for any reason, custom orders will also adhere to the Terms of Sale posted online.
Our experts can assist you with understanding lead times, customizing the parts, ordering options, and assist you with your special requests. Any custom order that has a value which exceeds four hundred dollars ($400) must be completed by Wire Transfer or Money Order. Wire transfers are processed within one business day. Money Orders would take 7 to 10 business days to clear the bank.
Our staff has developed a comprehensive catalogue of hardware and glassware items representing a variety of items designed during the major furniture style periods, including William & Mary, Queen Ann, American Colonial, Chippendale, Louis XVI, American Federal Period, French Empire, Victorian, Art Deco, California Modern, Machine Age and many others. Please take a moment and view our video about our company - it will help explain our Mission, Values and the Services we can provide to you.
Offering a wide variety of online sales and services, the name of our company provides our reason for being - a passion for customized vintage reproduction hardware. Most of our products are modeled after the types of hardware found stored away in attic trunks or stored in salvage warehouses.