Stanley Sweetheart “Hoosier” Hinge

$15.00

2 in stock

SKU: P-7355 Categories: , ,

Description

Frederick Stanley started the Stanley Works hardware company in New Britain, Connecticut in 1843. The company still makes hardware today. Starting in 1920, however, the company put a special logo on most of their hardware to honor their president William Hart who ran the company from 1903 to 1919. That logo was a heart with the letters “SW” inside, and was referred to as “sweetheart.”

This hinge is a sweetheart hinge. Because it is for an Indiana kitchen cabinet such as a Hoosier, Sellers, or McDougall, and because of the logo, it dates from 1920 to 1935.

The hinge is an off-set one to allow for the door that off sets from the frame of the cabinet. That off set is 3/8 inch. The hinge measures 2 inches vertically and each wing is 3/4-inch wide.
We will include old screws.
Our opinion: Original old hinges should be used as is. When people paint authentic hinges, they change its antique look and value. We have cleaned and oiled this steel hinge.

Additional information

Weight 0.25 lbs
Overall Dimensions 8 x 5 x 5 in