This pair of half mortise hinges are like new. The flashing is beautiful and intact. The copper and black flashing that was applied over the steel was popular in the early 20th Century. The half mortise means that only the spine and larger wing show on the door. The smaller wing is cut, or mortised, into the frame and cannot be seen except when the door is opened.
This pair measures 2 1/2 inches vertically. The spines, including the ball finials, are 3 3/8 inches long. The wider wing that screws to the front of the door is beveled and is 1 1/4 inches deep or wide. The smaller wing, that is mounted to the frame, is not beveled and is one inch wide.
We date this pair from 1900 to 1920. They are ready to use, and we will include the screws.