This set of pulls is somewhat rough and could be cleaned to be brighter. We chose,to leave as is. They are probably from the 1940s. These are of the Hepplewhite style,which means they are simple, oval, and classic. On the front is the fish-scale pattern,and around the edge is a thumb-nail pattern, and the bail is undecorated. , ,This style of hardware has been used since cabinetmaker George Hepplewhite in the,mid 1700s made his English furniture. The oval or round hardware with a bail is still,popular today on chests of drawers, credenzas, and sideboards., ,Each piece in this set measures 3 1/4″ by 2 1/2 inches. They are two post–,2 1/2″ between hole centers. Original screws included.