These were almost certainly made by a village blacksmith for a local Arts & Crafts house. They date to circa 1910, and are of wrought iron, have four scrolls to each hinge, with simple line and dot design to the centre strap, these finish with a cut-away roundel typical of the movement. They are entirely decorative, and attach to the door ideally with eight coach screws. The hinge side ends have a return of 1/2", this presumably is not only to aid location on the door, but makes them look like fully functional hinges. We have stripped them to bare metal, treated them for rust, and applied a traditional finish coat of linseed oil for protection.
Each measures 29" in length. Widest scroll width 13.1/2". Thickness 1/4".
Weight 6 Kilo's.