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PLEASE NOTE: This listing is set up so that you may create a SPECIAL ORDER for the knob pictured. Special order means I am making these just for you, they are not in stock. Choose any quantity at the right of the listing. Turnaround time is approximately two weeks (smaller orders may be faster turnaround). *******EACH KNOB IS $9 PER PIECE. ORDER AS MANY AS YOU WOULD LIKE, AS THEY ARE SOLD PER PIECE, INDIVIDUALLY.****** This scallop seashell knob is made out of white speckled earthenware clay. While the clay was still wet, I imprinted it with my handmade scallop stamp which I carved out of clay. The intricacy of the shell is highlighted with a cobalt blue glaze, and the outside edge is painted with a soft sky blue glaze. Perfect for a house by the beach! Fired twice in my kiln for durability. The glazes I use are lead free and non-toxic. The knobs include brass mounting hardware and stainless steel screws for easy installation to drawers or cabinets. Handmade ceramic knobs are perfect for dressers, nightstands, desks, drawers and cabinets. Use in bedrooms, bathrooms, laundry rooms, living rooms, or any room in the house! Measures approximately 1 1/8 inches in diameter. *** Please note!***: Customers repeatedly tell me the product they receive is much better than my pictures! Need another color or a different quantity? Just message me and I will be happy to work on what you need. Copyright Sheila McKenna. Designed and produced entirely by hand, by me in my studio in South Carolina, USA.