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Decorative Hardware

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----- January 4th, 2008 -----
We take them for granted; using them everyday, hardly noticing their charm or necessary function in our daily lives. They are the underestimated knobs, pulls, hinges and locks of our homes. Luckily, E.R Butler has turned these often neglected pieces of hardware into art. By commissioning Chris Lehrecke and Ted Muehling, they offer truly incredible pieces which are fundamental elements for any residence. They elegantly display their architectural merchandise in glass showcases throughout their enormous retail space. In addition, they offer pieces of porcelain and bronze work by Ted Muehling and other featured sculptors. E.R Butler is located at 55 Prince Street. Make sure to call ahead for an appointment at 212.925.3565.

We take them for granted; using them everyday, hardly noticing their charm or necessary function in our daily lives. They are the underestimated knobs, pulls, hinges and locks of our homes. Luckily, E.R Butler has turned these often neglected pieces of hardware into art. By commissioning Chris Lehrecke and Ted Muehling, they offer truly incredible pieces which are fundamental elements for any residence.

They elegantly display their architectural merchandise in glass showcases throughout their enormous retail space. In addition, they offer pieces of porcelain and bronze work by Ted Muehling and other featured sculptors. E.R Butler is located at 55 Prince Street. Make sure to call ahead for an appointment at 212.925.3565.

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