Cast brass drawer pull with antique finish in the Queen Anne style. This pull has 2" centers or mounts using 2 holes spaced 2" from the center of one hole to the center of the other. This pull has a cast brass bail or handle and stamped brass back plates. The back plates measure 1" in diameter.
Queen Anne style furnishing appeared in the early 1700's and remained popular until around 1800. Since then this style has seen many resurgence in popularity and has remained a mainstay in furniture design. Queen Anne, named after the British ruler from 1702 to 1714, is a style characterizes by simple, clean and graceful lines that lend an elegance to any piece. The Cabriole leg is a standard design is the primary trait with Queen Anne furnishings. Cabriole legs have beautiful, elegant curves that frequently end in a duck or pad-shaped foot. Another trait of the Queen Anne style is the lack or excessive carving or ornamentation. In the latter part of this design period, shell shaped carving became popular and are clean and simple in design.