This is an exceptional hinge. We can date this hinge to within 15 years because of its Stanley logo that is stamped on the back. The Stanley Works hardware company was founded in New Britain, Connecticut in 1843. They still produce hardware. From 1893 to 1920, however, the company launched a logo to honor their president who had run the company from 1893 to 1919. His name was William Hart. Thus, the logo was a heart with the letters “SW” inside. Since Indiana cabinets (Hoosier, Sellers, McDougall, etc.) were made starting in 1905, this hinge can be dated from 1905 to 1920!
The steel hinge has a nice copper finish. It has a 3/8-inch off-set to allow for the door that was “off set” from the frame of the cabinet. The wider (or larger) wing fastens to the frame of the cabinet. it measures one inch wide and 1 1/2 inches vertically. The other wing that screws to the door measures 7/8 inches wide and 1 1/2 inches vertically.
We have cleaned and oiled the hinge. Screws will be included.