This knob pair was manufactured by the Russell & Erwin Company around 1905. The name of this leafy pattern is “Itasca.” This Victorian knob pair has a bronze tone rub, but the knobs are cast iron. The knobs were made in two parts; the top was crimped over a base. The center portion of the knob top, with the button, rises above its surrounding leaves, giving the knobs a three dimensional look.
Each knob measures 2 1/4 inches across and is 1 1/4 inches deep.
This set consists of two matching knobs and a spindle. Set screws will be included.