This heavy rod was meant to prop or hold open a casement window. It is quite old. We are presenting it as we found it—rustic with some paint.
The rod is 12 inches long and is hinged to a bracket which is mounted to the bottom of a casement window. The clamp is mounted to the outside frame. The window can be opened to the desired space up to about 11 inches. The clamp is then tightened with a large turn screw to secure the prop.
The bracket measures 2 inches by 7/8 inches. The hole centers are at 1 1/2 inches. The clamp’s back plate measures 2 3/8 inches by one inch. It is mounted by 4 screws. The screw knob is one inch across.
This hardware is cast iron. Only in the olden days did they make heavy, quality pieces.
Screws will be included.