Butterfly Leather Pull - Small

Emanuela Frattini Magnusson

Spinneybeck leather pulls offer the ultimate in modernist sophistication. The sculptural shapes are perfectly cut from belting leather hides, which gives them a thick, firm feel and smooth finish — making the pulls as pleasing to the touch as they are to the eye.

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    • Made from Spinneybeck belting leather
    • Belting leather is 100% vegetable tanned, aniline dyed leather
    • The smooth tight grain character is created from a unique blend of mimosa and chestnut
    • Belting leather is protected by a light, water resistant finish
    • Hardware included
    • Each pull includes the appropriate stainless steel hardware (standard size is 1 1/4")
    • Pulls are easily installed and should be positioned and mounted to a clean and dry surface
    • Spinneybeck Leather Pulls are maintained with regular dusting and spot cleaning with cool water and a soft cloth or the occasional use of Spinneybeck leather maintenance products.
    • Other leather cleaners, such as saddle soaps or household cleaners that may contain harsh chemicals, alcohol, or ink removers, should never be used on Leather Pulls



    With a standing inventory of 2,000,000 square feet in our global headquarters in Getzville, New York, Spinneybeck is the world's leading and largest supplier of quality upholstery leather.

    Spinneybeck was founded by Charlie Manchee in a rural schoolhouse outside Stouffville, Ontario in 1962. He was the first supplier to bring full grain, aniline dyed Italian leather to the North American design community. Two decades later, Spinneybeck incorporated and opened a U.S. facility headquartered in a converted stable in Niagara Falls, New York.

    From those humble beginnings, our clientele throughout North America, and around the globe, has propelled Spinneybeck to become the world's premier supplier of quality upholstery leather.

    The first Spinneybeck representatives — just two men — traveled across North America carrying weathered duffel bags containing a rare and precious cargo, which they shared with designers and professionals.

    Decades later, Spinneybeck continues to be known as the firm which supplies premium aniline dyed upholstery leather to North America. No other supplier offers the quantities and qualities offered by Spinneybeck. Spinneybeck's affiliation and partnership with the Gobbetti family, who specialize exclusively in upholstery leather production, provides Spinneybeck with the finest leathers available. The recipes for these leathers are under exclusive license and can only be admired by the competition.

    The daughter of architect, designer, and Knoll collaborator Gianfrano Frattini, Emanuela Frattini Magnusson has had an illustrious design career. After receiving her master's in architecture from Politecnico di Milano, she worked for Charles Pfister’s London office and for former Knoll graphic designer Tibor Kalman in New York. Ultimately, she established her own design and architecture firm, EFM, in New York City. The accomplished firm works in architecture, industrial design, interiors, graphics, and brand identity.

    Frattini Magnusson first collaborated with Knoll in 1993 to develop the Cecilia side chair, a light-weight bentwood design. In 1994 she came back to Knoll with an idea for a table system that would bring flexibility, adaptability, and power management to the training table category. Introduced as the Propeller Table System, the product has been a best seller since its introduction and was awarded the prestigious IDEA Award by Business Week.