Thank you Ollie, appreciatedBrusso ones are nice but expensive. Classic hand tools do them, try SDS london as well.
I have a fairly decent local ironmongery store who got some for me last time they were drawn brass and quite nice but I cant remember the brand.
For boxes I like the neat hinges from Ian Hawthorne but again not cheap.
I like the look of that any chance you could explain more about it.I like making boxes with tilt hinges. just a wire nail and a few leather washers. it seems crazy paying loads for hinges having tried to sell many boxes over the years
Lovely, I'm going to give that a go on the super thin top tray lid on my tool chest. I was wondering how I was going to fix hinges to it.you basically wedge the lid in the correct position then drill( the same size as the nail) through the box into the lid maybe an inch or less forward of the back of the box. accuracy is pretty important so. use a pillar drill. put the nail in and see how it works. to open push the lid at the back and it lifts at the front. also it acts as a stop.on the final assembly put a bit of epoxy in the lid nail hole. trap some leather washers between the li and the box it stops rattling. finally chop the nail with a dremel.