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Hinges

Smaller furniture hinges were used for lighter internal and cupboard doors. The most decorative is the cocks-head hinge, in use in the Elizabethan period and the first half of the 17th century. A simplified form occurs in a Surrey house of 1656, and there is some evidence to suggest that this type of cabinet hinge returned to favor in a debased form in the 18th century.

Black "H" Hinge - Steel
Unit Price: $2.74
Black Iron Strap Hinge - Rough
Unit Price: $15.32
Butterfly Hinge - Brass Plated
Unit Price: $2.54
Butterfly Hinge - Iron
Unit Price: $8.98
Cabinet "H" Hinge - Iron
Unit Price: $9.28
Cabinet "H" Hinge - Rough Iron
Unit Price: $12.18
Flat Butt Hinge - 1" x 1"
Unit Price: $1.20
Flat Butt Hinge - 1" x 13/16"
Unit Price: $1.26
Flat Butt Hinge - 2" x 1-1/2"
Unit Price: $1.88
Folding Screen Hinge - 1-3/4"
Unit Price: $2.36
Folding Screen Hinge - 2"
Unit Price: $2.74
Folding Screen Hinge - 2-1/8"
Unit Price: $3.32
Ice Box Hinge - Brass
Unit Price: $9.16
Ice Box Hinge - Nickel
Unit Price: $10.08
Large Strap Hinge - Brass
Unit Price: $44.99
Large Strap Hinge - Nickel
Unit Price: $49.25
Oval Ice Box Hinge - Brass
Unit Price: $10.24
Oval Ice Box Hinge - Nickel
Unit Price: $11.90
Pivot Hinge - Antiqued
Unit Price: $5.18
Rough Iron 3" H Hinge - Flush
Unit Price: $12.99
Rough Iron 3" H Hinge - Offset
Unit Price: $14.99
Rough Iron 3" HL Hinges - Flush
Unit Price: $14.99
Spear "H" Hinge - Steel
Unit Price: $1.76
Trunk Flap Hinge - Steel
Unit Price: $10.02
Trunk Strap Hinge - Steel
Unit Price: $10.02
Victorian Butt Hinge - Iron
Unit Price: $7.02