When were glass screw-in knobs first used on furniture?
June 11, 1829, by Deming Jarves, the founder of the Boston and Sandwich Glass Company. His knobs had an integral glass screw shank
'Furniture' is stuff like beds, tables, chairs, dressers and so on. All things that people put in their homes, offices, and other buildings to make the home suitable for occupancy and use. Furniture can also mean furnishings for specific items; for example 'door furniture' is the term used to describe the whole set of handles or knobs, latches, and so on required to make a door operate.
Yes, it is possible. You will need to get to a good Craft/Art supply retailer and find the paints recommended for painting on glass and porcelain. Next you must remove the knobs from the cabinet and clean them carefully to remove any traces of oils. Then paint away... the manufacturer will have instructions on the bottle for "setting" the paint. This usually requires baking them in an oven for a set time. Once this is…
This is not an easy job. First take off the trum pad by removing the door and window knobs then all the screws you can find, then the retainers on the sides and botttom of the door. The regulator is hard to get out and there are sharp edges inside the door that can cut you badly. I suggest you take it to the auto trim shop.