Waterfall era hardware (1930s-1940s) of this type is extremely hard to come by. The stamped metal handles were often accentuated with a thin piece of plastic. Through the years, that plastic piece broke and could not be replaced. That, of course, is understandable because when the plastic part was put under stress at pulling a drawer open, it, over time, cracked, split, and broke.
This pair of Waterfall handle (or pulls) has their accent amber-colored plastic piece still intact. One is in excellent condition, while the other has a sleight stress crack. The pressed metal handles, that have a gold-tone coating, are 5 1/4 inches in length and measure 3/4 inch wide, not counting the plastic insert. The hole centers are 4 1/4 inches.
We have not cleaned these pulls. They show wear and use.