Charleston Hardware Co

Door Hardware, Window & Shutter Hardware, Kitchen & Bath Hardware, Restoration Services,
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Charleston Hardware Company

866-958-8626
www.charlestonhardware.com

​Our mission is to preserve the historical integrity of buildings and communities through the restoration and reproduction of original antique hardware pieces.

Our reproduction hardware is copied directly from antique hardware originals and crafted by hand using the same procedures of over a century ago.

​Each piece is hand cast in iron, brass, or bronze to match the detailing, textures, metal content and and color of the antique originals.

​We are committed to making the most authentic reproduction hardware possible.

We offer antique hardware restoration including:

  • stripping paint
  • cleaning
  • polishing
  • re-plating
  • repairing and re-keying locks.

We also stock spindles, set screws, and all the parts and pieces needed to restore an old house.

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