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Window sash locks, sash lifts, casement window hardware, and transom window hardware constructed in solid bronze, brass, or cast iron that evoke the quality and style of antique window hardware.

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Choosing Antique Reproduction Window Hardware

Windows and window hardware are important elements for identifying a home's architectural style. The type of window as well as number and pattern of muntins provide distinguishing historical hallmarks. Whether it be an elegant Victorian Queen Anne or a modest Craftsman bungalow, double hung windows have always been popular and continue to be the most popular type of window today. Around the turn of the 20th Century, casement windows came in vogue. Casement windows were especially popular in medieval inspired Tudor homes but were also a popular choice for bungalows of the Arts & Crafts movement. Casement windows continue to be popular in modern homes.

Recognizing window type is paramount in choosing the correct antique reproduction window hardware. Double hung windows and single hung windows require sash lifts to open the sash and sash locks to secure them. Casement windows swing open on hinges and have casement window latches to lock them. While window type is foremost in choosing funtionally correct vintage window hardware, finish and ornamentation are important to choosing the most historically accurate antique reproduction window hardware. Early window hardware was usually handcrafted in wrought iron. The Industrial Revolution introduced mass-produced cast iron and brass window hardware. Technological advancement fueled the highly decorated window hardware of the Victorian period. The Arts & Crafts era called for a return to simple handcrafted designs in copper and bronze window hardware. Preserve vintage windows with antique reproduction window hardware appropriate to the era or enhance replacement windows with window hardware reminiscent of your home's architectural style.

Bar Sash Handle
Bar Sash Handle
by Antique Revelry
Prices Start At:  $8.59
Bar Sash Lift
Bar Sash Lift
by idh by St. Simons, Inc.
Prices Start At:  $7.40
Bar Window Handle
Bar Window Handle
by Antique Revelry
Prices Start At:  $7.79
Casement Adjuster
Casement Adjuster
by idh by St. Simons, Inc.
Prices Start At:  $40.00
Casement Fastener
Casement Fastener
by idh by St. Simons, Inc.
Prices Start At:  $22.00
Casement Window Adjuster
Casement Window Adjuster
by Antique Revelry
Prices Start At:  $48.77
Casement Window Catch
Casement Window Catch
by Antique Revelry
Prices Start At:  $29.42
Casement Window Latch
Casement Window Latch
by Antique Revelry
Prices Start At:  $18.08
Cast Iron Sash Lock
Cast Iron Sash Lock
by Acorn Manufacturing
Prices Start At:  $18.37
Combo Sash Lock & Lift
Combo Sash Lock & Lift
by Antique Revelry
Prices Start At:  $26.85
Eastlake Sash Catch
Eastlake Sash Catch
by John Wright Company
Prices Start At:  $5.90
Finger Window Sash Lift
Finger Window Sash Lift
by Hamilton Sinkler
Prices Start At:  $6.40
Heavy Duty Storm Sash Hangers
Heavy Duty Storm Sash Hangers
by Antique Revelry
Prices Start At:  $10.48
Hook Sash Lift
Hook Sash Lift
by Antique Revelry
Prices Start At:  $3.67
Hook Sash Lift
Hook Sash Lift
by John Wright Company
Prices Start At:  $3.80
Recessed Window Sash Lift
Recessed Window Sash Lift
by Antique Revelry
Prices Start At:  $5.02
Ring Handle Casement Window Latch
Ring Handle Casement Window Latch
by Antique Revelry
Prices Start At:  $19.15
Rustic Bronze Window Lever Catch
Rustic Bronze Window Lever Catch
by Coastal Bronze
Prices Start At:  $55.00
Rustic Bronze Window Stay
Rustic Bronze Window Stay
by Coastal Bronze
Prices Start At:  $57.00
Sash Catch
Sash Catch
by idh by St. Simons, Inc.
Prices Start At:  $18.90