This plain steel handle is the kind used on the early Hoosier-style kitchen cabinets. It is slim and sturdy, perfect for the drawers or, used vertically, for the doors. The steel has an aged patina, somewhat blotchy, and antique dark. The handle was made by Bassick, a name stamped on the underneath side of the piece.
The handle measures 4 1/4 inches long and 3/8 inch wide. The hole centers are 3 3/4 inches apart. The handle projects one inch from the surface. The pull could be used horizontally or vertically.
Old steel screws will be provided.