This steel off-set hinge has the flashed copper finish. It dates from 1905 to the late 1920s. It was used on any one of the various Indiana cabinets, such as Hoosier, Sellers, McDougall, etc. Today, most of us simply say a “Hoosier-style cabinet.” Various hardware companies made the hardware for the numerous free-standing kitchen cabinets.
The small wing of this hinge mounts on the frame of the cabinet and then the longer wing wraps around the edge of the door and is screwed down. It is, therefore, off set. The small wing measures 1 3/4 inches vertically and only 3/4 inch wide. The longer wing extends 1 3/4 inches, but only one inch is on the door’s surface. It measures 1 5/8 inches vertically. The hole centers for the small wing is 1 1/4 inches.
We have cleaned and oiled this hinge. Screws will be included.