This old pair is made out of stamped steel and looks its age. Made during the 1930s or 1940s, this pair may have graced a buffet, a small dresser, or sewing machine drawers. The ring pulls nest against the square back plates that are turned point-side up.
The 1 5/8-inch back plates are plain except for the flower-designed bump-out in the center. The ring fits around this center. The ring is hinged (or hangs from) the top of the back plate, which means that the drop of the pull is 1 3/4 inches below the screw hole. There is a small hole at the base of the plate for inserting a small brad or nail. This keeps the pull from turning in place.
The ring of each pull measures 1 1/2 inches round. The decorated ring is 1/4 inch wide. The posts from which the rings hang, projects 1/2 inch beyond the back plate into the wood. A screw is inserted from the back of the drawer to thread into each post.
Screws are included.