This small pair of nickel-plated hinges are wider than tall. They are stop hinges. The spines are constructed so that the hinges will not lay flat nor will they bend backwards. The hinges will fold shut, but will not open up to a full 180 degrees. If the hinges were on a box lid, the lid would not be able to bend backwards, but remain in an upright position.
Each hinge measures one inch vertically. With the ball finials, it measures 1 1/2 inches vertically. Each wing is 7/8 inch deep (or wide).
This pair date from about 1920s to the 1940s. We will include screws.