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Brass Jewelry Box Draw/Snap Catch

Item #
22310
Rating:
76% of 100
Brass Jewelry Box Draw/Snap Catch
Brass Jewelry Box Draw/Snap Catch
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Economical and easy to affix, ideal for small boxes. Brass-plated steel.

(1) Brass Jewelry Box Draw/Snap Catch
(1) Package of mounting hardware
More Information
Manufacturer Part Number L4035-00-23
Weight 0.0200
Tech Spec
  • Dimensions: 1 9/16"L x 3/4"W
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3.8 / 5.0
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Great Product. Perfect for the small jewelry-type boxes that I made, and they work well.
August 15, 2018
Purchased
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
just what I was looking for to finish a jewelry box for my granddaughter
July 30, 2018
Purchased
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
This is a super catch. I used small brass screws instead of the small nails. Will order again if I make more small boxes.
March 22, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Great
February 22, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Jewelry box latch
The item really sets the walnut box off , providing a classy look. I just think the item could be made a little heavier. And I would replace the tacks with small screws.
January 10, 2018
Purchased
11 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Works well
Would recomend this product. Would like to see one a little heavier and maybe a touch longer nail
June 22, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Beautiful on oak
I used one of these on an oak box I made for one of my sisters. The latch is easy to place, works well, and looks good.
I've never been fond of using brads for box hardware, so replaced the brads with some #2x3/8" brass round head screws. The fact that screws were not part of the package cost this 1 star.
January 17, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Good catch for small box
I used this catch on a small (3"w x 2"d x 2"h) walnut box I made for a friend. I choose this catch for it's size. It is well made and keeps the lid closed on this small box. I did use small brass screws instead of the brads that are included. Well designed for light duty where a small catch is needed.
November 2, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Just what I couldn't find anywhere else . . .
I made several small wooden boxes to hold some of my tools and needed a narrow (in height) latch to secure the lids. None of my local hardware stores or big box stores carried these. On one box, I had a lid on each side. One side had Italian riffler rasps and the other side had riffler files. Another box contained trammel points and a stainless steel ruler. The jewelry box latch worker perfectly--all other latches were too big. But, as other reviewers have mentioned, I replaced the nails with small brass screws.
October 18, 2014
I bought One to try. I...
I bought One to try. I used it on a pistol box. It works, it was inexpensive, and the mounting nails, thought short, were long enought. I will order more.
August 17, 2011
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Why did you choose this?
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Suits the project I am working on, jewelry boxes.
M Diane H on Nov 13, 2018
Small project to try and keep closed
Andy B on Apr 5, 2018
Suits the project I am working on, jewelry boxes.
M Diane H on Nov 13, 2018
It's the right size for the jewelry box I'm building
Bennett F on Jul 9, 2018
Small project to try and keep closed
Andy B on Apr 5, 2018
It is what I needed to finish a project
Phil H on Mar 16, 2018
replace a broken catch-this is exact match-THANKS!
frederick j on Dec 10, 2017
Also ordered this latch as it may work better on my project.
Michael A on Sep 30, 2017
Replacing damaged latch on custom made Catholic Bishop's Chrism oil box.
Brett H on Aug 8, 2017
virtually the only catch of this type available.
Jack on Mar 25, 2017
Building jewelry box
Durante W on Feb 21, 2017
Operation and color option
Robert W on Nov 20, 2016
Need it to secure a lid on a box I made to store a Starett 18" combination square set in.
Charles A on Sep 7, 2016
experimentation
Sean P. M on May 4, 2016
it will work for me
Richard M on Mar 7, 2016
For scripture cases for LDS missionary
Ray G on Mar 5, 2016
small box
Edward B. D on Jul 23, 2015
Looks good and easy to install and simple to operate
Earl J on Jun 24, 2015
same-perfect for my box project
John M on May 21, 2015
It's the right size for the jewelry box I'm building
Bennett F on Jul 9, 2018
It is what I needed to finish a project
Phil H on Mar 16, 2018
Is the finish Antique Brass or Polished Brass?
Mile G on Nov 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: While the finish on this clasp would tend to blend with almost any brass scheme, it tends to be slightly on the antiques brass side of the page. For small projects such as jewelry boxes (I used it on a "domino storage" box), the clasp looks great.
On the Brass Jewelry box draw/snap catch. What is the proper screw to use, as it does not tell the size of holes (size #6, or #5, or #4 and and length 3/8 or 1/2)? thanks
Guy B on May 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The screw I used is a #2 x 1/2", round head brass. I put this latch on a small box made of dry red oak, planed to 3/8" thickness, and the depth of the latch housing made the 1/2'' length just right. I also used a #58 drill for a pilot hole.
What is the depth of this catch? (front to back including the snap)
notowood on Sep 9, 2018