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Brass Gallery Rail

Brass Gallery Rail decoratively tops furniture and shelving

Easily customized to fit exact needs of furniture.  This brass railing was originally used on sideboards in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. It was also seen on shelves as a plate rack, securing dishes. This brass gallery rail is also handy in keeping books from toppling off shelves. Its uses are endless. Install gallery rail in a pattern to suit your needs. It is more impressive than pictured. This gallery rail is solid brass, well made and pleasing to look at.

  • Design layout of brass railing to include: length, width, corner, end and center posts.
  • Calculate length of rod and number and type of corner, center and /or end posts needed.

  • Guidelines for determining number and placement of posts.
  • Post should be spaced equally across front.
  • Placement of posts is subjective.
  • Typical spacing between posts, across front, is approximately 6” – 10” apart. This is a personal preference.
  • If gallery rail will be straight without sides, use end posts on each end
  • If gallery rail will have sides, use corner posts on each end
  • Please note if using sides: side-spacing often differs from front-spacing
  • Gallery post-base diameter is 7/8”. These posts should be inset a minimum of 3/8” from edge.
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