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Handrail, Hammered Edge

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Embossed Edges Flat Bar. 1-3/16" x 5/16". 8' Length.

A forged steel scalloped handrail that has been hammered on two sides to give it this look. The railing is made of 5/16"" flat rail. The rail is 1-3/16"" wide, 8' long and weighs 10.4 lbs. Earn a quantity discount when you buy 25 or more and 50 or more. This item can ship UPS.

$20.10 ea.
$18.09 (20+)
13-114-5

Forged Steel Engraved Handrail1-9/16"W

A forged steel handrail that is etched with a vine pattern. The rail is 5/16"" thick, 1-9/16"" wide, 8' long and weighs 13.55 lbs. The edges of the rail are hammered to give it an aged and worn look so that it looks like it's always been there instead of brand new. Receive a quantity discount when…

$20.60 ea.
$18.54 (20+)
13-772-7

Aluminum Handrail Hammered Edge. 1-3/16"W

Aluminum Handrail, Hammered Edge. 5/16" Thick x 1-3/16" Width x 8 Ft Length.

$35.57 ea.
$33.79 (10+)
$32.09 (30+)
13-772-6

Aluminum Handrail, Hammered Edge. 1-9/16" W

Aluminum Handrail with Hammered Edge. 5/16" Thick x 1-9/16" Wide x 8 Ft. Length.

$49.95 ea.
$44.98 (10+)
13-08281-000

Hammered 4 Edges Flat Bar. 5/16" x 1", 8' L

This is a decorative scalloped edge flat handrail made of forged steel. The handrail has been hammered on all four edges. Each handrail is made of 5/8"" flat bar that is 1"" wide, 8' long and weighs 8.48 lbs. Earn a quantity discount when you buy 100 or more.

$23.47 ea.
$22.27 (100+)
13-00312-403

Forged Steel Lambs Tongue Hammered Edges 15-3/4" H

Forged Steel Lambs Tongue, Heavy Hammered. 5/16" Thickness, 15/3/4" H, 3.7 lbs

$12.38 ea.
$11.77 (10+)

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