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The rice pattern was originally produced by Yale and Towne of Stamford Connecticut around 1885. We collected the original antique hardware and remade the moulds. Casting is done in the original antique bronze using the same techniques used over 125 years ago. With time the bronze will acquire a statuary patina. Noteworthy is the detailing on the hinge reveal that shows when the door is closed.  Hinges are made the traditional way with removable ball tipped pins and opposing ball finials that unscrew.  The knuckles are milled for precise movement. Note how the detailing on the reverse side is visible when the door is closed.  


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Images show the following finishes: Polished Bronze, Hand Antiqued Bronze

3-1/2" 4" and 5" Solid Bronze Rice Hinge Each

  • Finishes

    Polished Bronze

    Hand Antiqued Bronze


  • Description

    • 3-1/2" hinges are packaged with #10 x 1-1/4" slotted bronze screws.
    • 4" and 5" hinges are packaged with #12 x 1-1/4" slotted bronze screws.
    • These hinges require that new screw holes be drilled.  They hinges are thicker than standard hinges and will need to be mortised in a little deeper.
    • Removable hinge pin with screwed in opposite finial; milled joints, detailing on reverse side shows when door is closed. 


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