This old cast-iron bin pull is longer than most. It is 4 1/2 inches across. It projects 3/4 inch from the surface, enough room for four fingers. The hole centers are 3 5/8 inches apart. The pattern is a typical Victorian design. Stamped on the back is the patent date of Nov. 1869.
One hundred years ago cast-iron pulls were used on large store cabinets and primitive furniture. Today we love to use these wonderful, durable pulls on just about anything.
Screws will be provided.