This neat old hinge dates to around 1900 to 1920. It has the flashed copper treatment which means that a copper coating was applied to the steel hinge, and then a black lacquer was splashed or flashed onto the hinge.
This small cabinet hinge is used but maintains its finish and is in good condition. It is a flat hinge–one that lays flat on the cabinet surface. It is a thick, heavy hinge with each wing having a beveled edge. The hinge holes, however, are not counter sunk, so round-head screws are preferred.
The hinge measures 1 3/4 inches vertically and 2 inches across both wings. Each wing is 7/8 inch wide.
Screws are not included unless requested.