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    Brass Casters, stem-style, X-Small

    For size and product information scroll down page.
    • How Sold: Each
    • Style: Transitional
    • Usually Ships In: 1-3 business days
    • Material: Brass
    • Finish: Polished
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    Quality Furniture Wheel - Stem Type

    Measure Stem Type Furniture Casters
    • Wheel Diameter: 3/4" 
    • Wheel Width: 3/8" 
    • Raises Furniture: 7/8"
    • Stem:  1/4" Top, 3/8" Base, 1-3/8" High
    • Load capacity: 200 pounds per caster

    If updating vintage furniture, replace all casters. This insures uniform height, style & appearance.

    Matching Brass Caster
    Antique Finish Casters

    Brass Stem Casters  are a small size. They were traditionally used on Victorian chairs. This minimalist caster requires minimal install-space, making it ideal for furniture with thin narrow legs.

    These reproduction casters are brass with a steel stem. Substantial fork and wheel are solid brass. Finish is polished, not lacquered. Stem-type is known as a spiral-threaded Philadelphia drive stem. 

    Install Casters


    Load Capacity, caster strength and stability is directly related to correct installation. If a caster is incorrectly installed it will-not be strong or serviceable.

    • Threaded Stem Casters have a round shank with coarse threads known as a Philadelphia drive stem.
    • Use on round or square furniture legs.
    • Drill hole in furniture leg slightly smaller in diameter than diameter of drive stem. Depth should be approximately 1/4" deeper than length of caster stem.
    • Screw threaded steel Philadelphia drive stem up into pre-drilled hole.
    • Fit should be snug

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 1 review
    Charles Lazarus

    All was fine. Replaced wooden wheels on a 1890’s gliding rocking chair. Excellent match and quality.

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