Most locks used in traditional furniture don't use strikes – they often rely on "interference" with a cabinet member, or receive the lock bolt into a mortise.
Should you wish to use a strike with a cabinet lock, we offer the following choices, all of which have countersunk mounting holes, but no slot – easily rectified with a few drilled holes and a couple of minutes with a file. The flat strikes are both 1/2" wide, and the angled strike has one 5/8" edge (drilled), and one 7/16" edge.
Dimension given is strike length.
All sizes require #4 screws (not included).