Brass Cabinet Railing End Post is used at regular intervals to support rod. Brass Rail may sag if a longer distance, than the recommended 8” – 14” spacing between posts, is used. Rod passes all the way through post.
Cabinet Rail End Post screws directly to book shelves, kitchen cabinets, and furniture providing a decorative barrier. These posts are raw unfinished - solid brass. See link above for additional information. These post can be polished and lacquered for a long lasting shine or left to age naturally. If preferred, the brass can be colored using various procedures. Although we do-not offer this option, if you search online there are various brass coloring techniques and solutions available.
Install Railing on Wood Surface:
Attach to surface top with wood screws:
Layout brass railing
Cut rods to appropriate lengths
Loosely assemble rods and posts
Mark screw location and drill necessary pilot holes for brass screws
Slip rods in place.
Insert brass screws through holes in base of posts. Carefully screw them down into pre drilled holes.