This Eastlake (1870-1890) drop pull is more rare than the more-often seen tear drop pulls. This wood hammer-style drop is in excellent condition. The post and finial are brass. The drop hangs from a ball hinge. The brass back plate has the typical Eastlake pattern.
The back plate is 3 1/2 inches long and has small holes at each end for fastening with brass nails or brads. It measures 1 3/4 inches vertically. The post projects 5/8 inch from the face of the back plate and extends another 5/8 inch from the back of the plate. (this part would be driven into the wood.) The drop is 2 inches from the hinge. The hammer drop is 2 1/4 inches wide.
A screw is included.