Dating from 1870s to 1900 or so, these Victorian pulls have become very popular in today’s décor. Because sets are elusive, home owners combine patterns in their pantries, kitchens, and bathrooms. Because many of these cast-iron pulls were used originally on commercial bins and cabinets, customers also use these wonderful pulls on heavy garage storage drawers, garden room benches, and on basement cabinets. This set of four came from the Victorian era and may also be considered Eastlake. In the 1870s Charles Eastlake developed a different look for the Victorian home, one that was more geometric. It became known as Eastlake hardware.,The measurements on each pull is 4 inches across and 1 1/4 inch vertically. The hole centers are 3 1/2 inches. We suggest black, round-headed screws.