In the 1960s and 1970s, the Chippendale pattern pull that had been used for some 200 years, was greatly stylized and changed. In this pull, we can still recognize the wings and top knot, but the overall look is quite different. The hole centers are no longer standard either in the Mid-Century hardware. This pull appears to be heavy aluminum with a brass toned finish. It is quite attractive with its filigree openings and almost Victorian style.
The back plate measures 3 3/8 inches horizontally and 2 1/2 inches vertically. The hole centers are 2 3/8 inches apart. The bail swings from its posts. The posts extend beyond the back of the plate 1/4 inch, which means that they will need to be embedded into the wood. The screws are inserted from the back of the drawer and thread into the posts. Screws will be provided.
The pull is in very good condition.