Waterfall knobs are very difficult to find. Perhaps it is because the bakelite plastic is not as durable as metal. This pair comes from out of the 1930s or 1940s and probably, at one time, was on a piece of Waterfall bedroom furniture. They consist of a piece of metal surrounded by a bakelite collar.
The center piece of each knob is a two-part piece of pressed metal. The top is snapped down over the bottom piece. It was then painted in a light amber color. This metal piece fits into the bakelite collar. The bakelite is a deep amber–almost brown–in color. The entire knob measures 1 1/2 inches across and projects from the face of the drawer 5/8 inch. Screws are included.