This set of six Victorian-era furniture pulls are perfect for the rough farm (or homestead) piece of furniture–one made out of pine or re-cycled wood. The back plates of this set are made out of stamped copper, but the swing bails are steel. Their over-all look is dark and rustic, but unusually different. Few sets of copper are found from the early 1900s.
The back plates measure 4 1/4 inches across and 1 1/2 inches vertically. The decorated steel bails swing from eye bolts that are fed into the drawer from the front. The pieces are secured with nuts on the back of the drawer. The hole centers are 3 inches. The drop from the top of the plate to the bottom of the bail is 2 inches.
There are a few small dings here and there, but overall this set is quite different. All the bails match, and all the nuts are included.