There are bats in the belfry at Martin Pierce Hardware

“Eye of newt, and toe of frog,
Wool of bat, and tongue of dog,
Adder’s fork, and blind-worm’s sting,
Lizard’s leg, and howlet’s wing,–
For a charm of powerful trouble,
Like a hell-broth boil and bubble.”

Macbeth (IV, i, 14-15)

Shakespeare said it best but, not to be left out during the Halloween season, at Martin Pierce Custom Hardware we not only have bats in the belfry we have lizards leg, and frogs toes as well as beetles and moths and lots of other creepy crawlies to add to the witch’es recipe and a touch of fun to your interior design.

Take a look, if you are brave enough!

Beautiful in its own right, this scarab beetle pull from Martin Pierce Hardware is certainly creepy as well.

The details on this beautiful moth door or drawer pull turn it into a miniature work of art

Amazing detail and plenty of “eye of newt” on this lizard pull from Martin Pierce

 

While not very scary these frog pulls have plenty of toes for the recipe and are available in both right and left handed

Realistic and whimsical at the same time are these bat pulls from Martin Pierce Custom Hardware

For more information on these products or to view  our complete line of custom hardware and get the latest news on what is happening at Martin Pierce, please visit us at www.martinpierce.com.  And Happy Halloween!

 

 

 

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About martinpierceblog

Martin and Anne Pierce live in Los Angeles California with their beloved rescue dog, Iris. Martin's custom designs reflect his love of nature and include beautiful vine and fern drawer pulls, a realistic yet whimsical collection of bugs and other critters on door hardware and charming floral designs on everything from door levers to bathroom accessories. He also enjoys creating sculptural contemporary pieces that are easy to access for those with limited physical capabilities. All of Martin's designs are hand carved and cast in their Los Angeles studio where there is truly something for everyone. Please contact us with any questions or custom queries
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