Waterfall furniture has a look that is distinctive. Its curved or rounded edges created its name. The inexpensive pieces of furniture were available for young couples starting a household and marriage in the Depression era, 1930s, and early 1940s. Most of the time, the hardware for these pieces consisted of lightweight hardware accompanied with a bright orange or amber chunk of bakelite.
This bakelite pull is from that era, but it is higher quality in that it has a large piece of bakelite and is accompanied by brass accents. The center bar or attachment is solid brass as well as the “feet” that fasten the pull to the drawer.
The pull measures 3 inches long and 3/4 inch wide. The posts that lay against the drawer are 3/8 inch tall. Screws are fed from the back of the drawer to thread into the posts. The pull projects one inch from the surface.
This is an exceptionally nice pull that is rich in color. Screws will be provided.