The flashed copper treatment was popular in the early years of the 20th Century. Stamped steel hardware was coated with copper and then flashed, or sprayed, with a black lacquer. Sometimes all one sees is the flashed black; at other times, most of the copper is exposed. No two are alike. On this cupboard latch, only a small portion of the copper is seen.
The overall latch measures 1 3/4 inches square. The latch by itself is 1 3/4 inches by 1 1/8 inches. The keeper, which goes on the frame of the cupboard door, is only 1/2 inch wide.
The latch is spring loaded. It is in good working order.
Screws will be included.