Hamilton Sinkler boasts state-of-the-art custom manufacturing capabilities in hardware. The only limit is your imagination. From traditional hand drawings to laser-scanned sculptures and 3-D printed models, we work with designers and consumers alike to bring your hardware dreams into reality. Hamilton Sinkler also partners with architectural and design firms in collaborative ventures and licensing agreements.
Artist Mig Perkins designed this lever with an acute awareness of the grip and where the thumb falls. With a natural brass finish, the result is a sculpted and functional piece of artwork for the home.
Elizabeth Scott Suite
Interior designer Elizabeth Scott couldn’t find the right cabinet hardware for a client, so she created her own with Hamilton Sinkler. Elizabeth drew inspiration from the traditional era’s classic beauty as well as modernism’s simplicity for this transitional collection.
The simple, right angle shape of this lever lends itself to the modern aesthetic. When embellished with hammering or texturing, it enters a new visual dimension.
Created in collaboration with renowned design firm Pembrooke & Ives, this matched pair of pulls evokes the geometry and aerodynamic appeal of futuristic aircraft.
These custom door pulls were commissioned for Barney’s location in Chelsea. Artist Mig Perkins designed and hand-sculpted the lever, while Hamilton Sinkler was chosen for our artisanal craftsmanship and casting abilities.
Our take on a 20th-century classic, this art deco lever is a stylistic interpretation of an arrow fletching.
Our monogrammed doorknob makes an elegant personal statement for the truly luxury home.