Weapons, especially handguns, carried on the person; as, check your hardware at the door before entering.
Describes the brackets, metal or plastic that are used to assemble a metal or wood frame.
the metal fittings that go into the home when it is near completion (e.g., door knobs, towel bars, handrail brackets, closet rods, house numbers, door closers, etc.); installed by the interior trim carpenter
Any of the parts of a handbag (or piece of luggage) that are made of metal, such as; buckles, clasps, latches, hinges, zippers, rivets, grommets, etc.
Cabinet hardware is things like door pulls (knobs), drawer pulls (handles), hinges, key locks, fixing brackets (drawer locks), and etc.
The hinges, locks, handles and other metal attachments to doors, cabinets and drawers.
Door & Cabinet Hardware Mfrs; including Cabinet Knobs, Hinges, Window Hardware, Door Knobs, Furniture Hardware, Latches
General term that includes the following: (a) hinges, butt or pivot; (b) lever handles, knobs or pulls; (c) latchset, lockset, magnetic and friction catches; and (d) door closures, door holds, door bumpers.
Metal, wood or plastic rods, brackets and finials that will be used to hang curtains on the wall
The locks, cranks and hinges on windows and doors used to make them operational and secure.
The operating components of your window or door: locks, handles, hinges, etc.
Screws, brackets and clips for installing a window treatment.
Latches, hinges, handles, etc., used in a case.
Wood, plastic or metal plated trim found on the exterior of furniture, such as knobs, handles and decorative trim.
The metal or plastic pieces of the lunch box, consisting of the bottle retaining wire, handle, latch, and the fasteners that connect the handle to the box.
All of the "metal" fittings that go into the home when it is near completion. For example, door knobs, towel bars, handrail brackets, closet rods, house numbers, door closers, etc. The Interior Trim Carpenter installs the "hardware".
The locks, crank handles and hinges on windows and doors used to operate and secure them.
Metal accessories such as door knobs, towel bars, toilet paper holders, etc.
Refers to the buckles, latches, zippers, etc. on the bag.