Charles Eastlake, an interior decorator and designer in Victorian England, decided to introduce a different “style” for home furnishings and hardware. His idea challenged the typical bows, ribbons, feathers, and curves of his surrounding era. His Egyptian-like patterns supported triangles, straight lines, and sharp corners, and a repeating single daisy. This set of bin pulls are pure Eastlake from the 1870s to the 1890s. His favorite daisy is in the center of each pull. Each cast iron pull measures 4 inches wide (or long) and 1 1/4 inches vertically. The hole centers are 3 1/4 inches. The set appears to also have a light bronze finish. There is enough room for a three finger grip. Need more than six? Many of our customers mix and match these early bin pulls.