This stamped brass drawer pull is from the Eastlake era (1870-1890). The squares and straight lines of this pattern depicts the unique design of the Eastlake furniture. The bail has a portion of the Eastlake daisy stamped into its front.
The highly decorated back plate measures 4 1/8 inches horizontally and 1 1/2 inches vertically. The hole centers are 3 inches apart. The posts are fancy Victorian brass, and the bail is cast brass. The bolts extend beyond the back of the plate 1 1/8 inches. The original nuts are included.
The Eastlake hardware has become extremely popular in recent months. Its beauty and exceptional shape has caught the attention of a new generation.