Cocks Head Hinge, also known as Cockscomb Hinge or Cock Head Hinge, is a type of hinge commonly used in antique furniture. It gets its name from its distinctive shape that resembles a roosters comb or head. This type of hinge consists of two interlocking parts – one part attaches to the edge of the door or lid, while the other part is fixed to the cabinet or frame. Cocks Head Hinges are typically decorative and often found on traditional or period furniture pieces. They provide both functionality and visual appeal, as they can be seen as an ornamental feature when the door or lid is open. These hinges allow for smooth movement and secure positioning of doors, lids, or other movable parts in furniture. Hinges with leaves cut to resemble the shape of a cocks head. In brass English cabinets.