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Forged Steel Handrail 1-7/8"W 8 Ft. Length

A forged steel handrail with solid profile. Each handrail is 1-7/8"" wide, 5/16"" thick, 8' long and weighs 20.07 lbs. Receive a quantity discount when you buy 15 or more. This item ships the same day and can be shipped via UPS.

$38.74 ea.
$34.87 (15+)

Tuscany Panel,Level,Convex Rail. 38"H

This classic Tuscany railing panel is made of 1/2' solid square material. The round scroll ends are banded together in 6 places. This panel is convex and made for stairs that go up and to the left. Each panel is 38"" high, 10"" wide and weigh 13.3 lbs.

$80.00 ea.
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Michelle, Panel, Level, Convex Rail

Michelle Hand Forged Steel Railing Panel. For level, convex rail (stair goes up & curves left). Scrollwork is 1/4" x 1" flat bar with rounded ends. Post is 1/2" x 1" flat bar. Complies with 4" Code. Stocked primered black.

$90.00 ea.

[U3] Rebecca Panel. 14-1/2" W, 44" H

[U3] Rebecca Hand Forged Railing Panel. For concave, level rail. 1/2" round scrolls & 5/8" round posts. Design is banded to one post & scrolls wrap around the opposite post. Complies with 4" Code.

$140.00 ea.
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Cast Iron Urn, Antique Rust Finish.7" Dia. 8-1/2" Height.

Cast Iron Urn, Antique Rust Finish. 7" Top Diameter, 3-3/4" Square Base, 8-1/2" H, 7.5 lbs

$31.38 ea.
$26.27 (10+)

Cast Iron Handrail Bracket, 3-3/4" H

A cast iron handrail bracket for flat stock has a 3"" standoff and extends 3"" from the wall to the center line of the saddle. There's a 7/16"" hold for mounting to the wall. The bracket is 3-1/4"" wide, 3-3/4"" high and weighs 1.12 lbs. Receive a quantity discount when you purchase 50 or more…

$4.19 ea.
$4.09 (50+)
$3.99 (100+)

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