These inset mid-century hinges at first all look alike. They were popular from the 1940s to the 1960s. A closer look at the back plate behind the spine, however, one discovers slight differences. This one has a wider part or “shadow” behind the oval plate. See it? It was probably manufactured by a different company, and they put their own signature on a common-used hinge of the era. In short, this hinge could easily be combined with a hinge without this shadow.
The narrow wing that mounts onto the frame of the cabinet measures 2 3/4 inches long and 1/2 inch wide. The entire exposed hinge part, including the spine and platform, measures 3/4 inch wide. The wider hinge wing that fastens to the back of the door measures 1 1/8 inches horizontally and 1 1/2 inches vertically.
Screws will be included.