A related hardware family with a single, pivot-type joint is the paumelle hinge.
The beauty obtained by the reducing the profile of the joint, then adding ornamentation, means that “paumelle hinges go all the way back,” in origin, according to Martin Grubman, vice president of P. Guerin in New York City, which makes examples from Louis XVI and Georgian architecture.
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The large, paneled doors of neo-Georgian houses, as well as the batten-style doors of Tudor and bungalow houses, might greet visitors with long, spade-tipped, strap-hinge leaves stretched horizontally across their width.
On closer inspection, however, the visitor might notice that the door actually swung on modern steel butts, and that the hand-hammered strap hinge was only a piece of stage scenery – down to the ersatz, hammer-headed nails or clavos that held it in place.
In contrast, hardware with leaves that opened like a book, and attached to the butt-edge of the door and the frame, was called a butt or butt-hinge.
The butts familiar to most people, and still widely manufactured today, are the loose-pin versions, where the leaves are joined by a removable pin that slides into three or five knuckles that carry the weight.
Typically these were plated versions of more expensive or more tarnish-resistant metals – copper, silver, bronze, nickel, gold – but there were also ersatz aged and patinated versions, such as Pompeian bronze and Verde antique.