"I have started playing with ways to make some sturdy, one-piece tap handles. Most of the ones I made earlier are in good working order but some have taken a jolt either from poor construction or drunken pirates pulling on them too hard.
Although I have admitted to having little-to-no skill, I have found that I can handle a coping saw pretty well and that combined with a good power sander can get you pretty far. So I have fashioned some new handles and used a chrome ferrule with a screw instead of the larger faucet adapter I used in the past. Here is a sampling of some in various stages of construction. The "T"-shaped ones will probably have a different label on each side and also use the chrome finials I found at Kegworks and the others will probably just have a label on one side. These should be infinitely more solid than the others..." [Read More]