Flashed copper dates from 1900 to into the 1920s. The flashed copper treatment was coating a metal piece of hardware with copper and then flashing (or spraying) it with a black lacquer. Through the years, this treatment did not hold up well. Harsh cleaning rubbed off the lacquer or the hardware did rust if exposed to the elements. This pair of handles are in fairly good condition. You can see that there are scratches, but the lacquer is still intact. The pair has also darkened to a deep patina through the years.
Each handle is 4 inches long. The ends measure 1 inch by 1/2 inch. Each handled is fastened with four screws. The handles project from the surface of the door or drawer by one inch.
Sorry, this is the only pair we have at the time. These are very difficult to locate. Don’t wait too long if you are considering this pair.