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Design a Brass Cabinet Railing Plan to fit your application.

Draw a sketch of how you want the railing to appear. Use this mock layout along with the suggestions below to determine what you need.

Cabinet Posts
  • Space posts equally across front.
  • Position of posts is subjective. Typical spacing between posts, across front, is approximately 8” – 12” apart. This is a personal preference.
  • If cabinet rail will be straight, without sides, use end posts or wall mount posts, on each end, depending upon application.
  • If brass rail has sides, use corner posts and end posts
  • Please note if using sides: side-spacing often differs from front-spacing
  • Cabinet post-base diameter is 1-1/4”. Place posts a minimum of 3/8” from edge.
Brass Rod
  • Brass Rod is available in 2 lengths: 36” and 72”
  • If rod is not long enough, join two rods together within a post.
  • If needed, cut rod shorter with a hacksaw.
  • Measure length of each straight run.
    If your design is a straight rail, with no sides, it is one run.
    However if it has more than once side, such as 3 sided it would then have 3 runs.
  • To calculate total amount needed: add together total number of rods, for each run. Consider that you may have leftover rod from one run to satisfy another run.

This Brass Railing is also known as a fiddle rail. It is a very decorative and pleasing style blends with many homes. It provides a useful barrier to protect items from falling. Also it's unique style enhances furniture, shelving and kitchens.

Posts are baluster shape. Rails are simple and straight. Both posts and rail are solid brass. They are un-finished. This means you can match your interior. Simply polish or darken the brass to suit your needs. It is easy to install. Just attach to surface with screws. You will find this to be the perfect finishing touch, on otherwise plain furniture.

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