This laced-edge pocket door pull comes from the early years of the 20th Century. It has the flashed copper treatment which was very popular from 1900 to 1920s. The plate is metal with a copper coating, flashed with black lacquer. This piece, however, has the lacquer covering the face of the plate. The copper can be seen around the edges.
The plate measures 7 inches vertically and 2 1/2 inches horizontally. The inset is rather shallow, only 3/16 of an inch. The inset measures 3 inches vertically and 1 3/8 inches horizontally. There is a keyhole in the middle. In order to have the plate to fit snugly against the face of the door, the inset will need to be slightly embedded into the door.
The door plate is fastened to the door with four screws, which we will provide.