This cabinet hinge comes from out of the late 1950s into the 1960s. The hammered look in hardware was in the black-iron look and in the copper finish. Today, there is a new appreciation for this ranch-style hardware. The hardware, in the kitchen, bath, or hallway, gives a feeling of country and down-home flavor.
The exposed wing of this hinge measures 3 1/2 inches long and 3/8 inches wide. The hole centers are 2 1/2 centers. The other leaf or wing of the hinge is mounted on the backside of the door, exposing only the pointed half and spine. There are three holes, with 1 1/4 inches between the top and bottom hole. When the door is standing open, the backside of the hinge also has a copper finish. The hinge has a 3/8 inch inset so the wider part of the hinge can be fit to the back of the door.