A set of four antique Eastlake style flush pulls in cast bronze. Two of the flush pulls have a keyhole and two without a keyhole. The Eastlake Movement was an American nineteenth-century architectural and household design reform movement started by architect and writer Charles Eastlake (1836–1906). The movement is generally considered part of the late Victorian period in terms of broad antique furniture designations. In architecture the Eastlake Style is part of the Queen Anne style of Victorian architecture. There is some tarnish on the pulls as shown in the photo.
Item dimensions are: 2-3/4" x 3-1/4" each
Good condition: showing minor signs of wear to finish but no excessive damage to the structure. There is some tarnish as shown in the photo.
This is an antique item, sold "as is". Antique or vintage items can be returned to us, they are accepted for store credit only, minus a 20% restocking fee, within 30 days of purchase.