"Great Thank You for that info ! When do you think they were made ? Does the design have any special meaning to it ? ie: the worlds fair as suggested in a post I found online. What do you think a set of 6 of them are worth ?? thanks again !"
"forged acording to widipedia
Forging is one of the oldest known metalworking processes. Traditionally, forging was performed by a smith using hammer and anvil, though introducing water power to the production and working of iron in the 12th…"
"I am very sorry that I did not post a pic with the handle, my bad. When I found these pulls they were layered in black paint with a layer of grey paint under that. In fact there was so much paint on them it was hard to make out the design so I…"
"You're entitled to your ideas which I think are misguided. The nut-washer is a relatively new method not seen in the 1800s. For that reason alone it can't be 19th Century or earlier.
It's also creative as you say to presume it's…"
"That's very creative, Tom, but I believe complete fantasy. The hardware has exactly the look of antique brass and steel. The corrosion on the brass appears to be brass corrosion, and the steel looks old. I have seen that combined nut and washer…"
"Amazing what info you can find when it's pictured UPSIDE DOWN! Upright it shows XXI which is the year 2001. Maybe it celebrated Y2K but not a Worlds Fair. The design bespeaks Y2K. Y2K was actually the year 2000, however the true…"
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