During the 1960s, the ranch and country look was the rage. Kitchens cabinets were finished with hinges and handles that had a hammered iron look, reminiscence of early American cabins and barns. This handle is an example of that pattern and era. The handle is stamped metal but it has the hammered iron look.
The overall length of the this handle is 5 1/8 inches long. The handle is 1/2 inch wide with the ends being one inch wide. The hole centers are 3 1/4 inches apart. The handle projects 7/8 inch from the surface. The hammered pattern is on the top of the handle only.
Black screws will be included.