This large round wood knob is from the Eastlake period (1870-1890). Most of the time, these knobs and their accompanying tear-drop pulls were factory painted black.
This thick stout knob has the typical brass cap, with the Eastlake pattern of pyramids. The knob projects 1 1/2 inches from the surface of the drawer or door. The embedded bolt is 1 1/8 inches long with an old square nut.
The knob is in great condition. The brass cap is not bent or dented.
Don’t wait too long for this one.