Sea Glass Grey Knob

Our Sea Glass drawer pulls are handmade and have an artsy delicate crystalized feel.  Each glazed to resemble sea glass are both beautiful and completely unique.  A lovely touch for any dresser, side table or cabinet.  Now available in grey (as shown in this listing), pink, amethyst, turquoise, and creme.  

Product Details
    • Style No. CA001-T (Turquoise)
    • Style No. CA001-C (Creme)
    • Style No. CA001-A (Amethyst)
    • Available in Turquoise, Amethyst, Pink, Creme and Grey
    • Ceramic, Metal
    • Approximately 1.5" diameter
    • Approximately 1.5" projection
    • Approximate bolt size 1.75"
    • Bolt can be trimmed to size
    • No additional hardware required
    • Tighten with care
    • Imported
    • Handmade

Customer Reviews

Based on 124 reviews
Steven D.
Added the Extra Pizazz to our Kitchen Cabinets!

The gray sea glass knobs are beautiful, and they arrived on time in perfect condition. We used them to break up the monotony of the brushed nickel pulls and handles. They provided just the right understated touch we wanted.

Love our SeaGlass knobs !

Bought the Gray knobs for our Gray cabinets and the turquoise knobs for our white cabinets. The perfect pop of color ,and we get so many compliments!

Cathleen Markham
Geode style knobs

Absolutely beautiful knobs and quick shipping. Transformed my old built in cabinets. This is where I’ll go if I need any type of knob or pull.

Julia M
Love them! Great quality and gorgeous. Arr...

Love them! Great quality and gorgeous. Arrived very quickly.

Great knob, “trim to size” needs more direction...

I added these to our kitchen cabinets but the screw is too long so we of course have to trim them in order for the cabinets to close all the way (otherwise they stick out an inch and we don’t want to drill holes in the cabinets). I didn’t read the fine print regarding the size of the screw and didn’t really think about how long 1" actually is but it would be really helpful to know how to “trim to size” or what tool to use to do that. Can’t use bolt cutters because it damages the screw so when it says trim, that means I have to buy a saw or somethign else that will cut them without damaging them. It would be really helpful to have a note/video recommendation for what tool/method to cut the bots because it’s defintely not as simple as “trimming to size.”