The flashed copper treatment on architectural hardware was vastly popular from 1900 to 1920. Some owners have this hardware throughout their homes–on doors, windows, hooks, and light fixtures. This back plate was made of stamped steel, coated with a copper finish, and then flashed (sprayed) with a black lacquer. It is in very good condition.
The plate measures 7 3/8 inches long and 2 1/2 inches wide. The door knob hole and key hole are 2 1/8 inches apart. Screws will be included.
Don’t hesitate too long on this one. Flashed copper items are some of our most popular and sought after hardware.