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Hand-Woven Nickel Color Grille

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Our beautiful hand-woven grille is now available in nickel color! Made to your specifications for a truly elegant look, its a great decorative enhancement for entertainment centers, wine cabinets and racks, curio and china cabinets, and kitchen dividers and cabinets. May be used with or without glass panels. This solid metal alloy is not a coating and won't wear off. The combination of copper, nickel and zinc creates the silver look.

Note:Because all woven wire grilles are made to order, returns are not accepted. Please allow 2 weeks for delivery. When your grille arrives, it may seem somewhat large. Just squeeze the grille vertically (with the length) to conform to the size you need.

Priced per square foot.To determine your price, multiply the length x width in inches and divide by 144. Round up to the next whole number. (For example: 20" x 60" = 1200" and 1200" ÷ 144 = 8.3. Your order is for 9 square feet; but grill will be woven to exact size.

Size restrictions:The Post Office and UPS will only ship grilles measuring 100'' in length and girth combined. Grilles exceeding these sizes are available, but they must be shipped by truck (an additional freight charge must be paid on delivery). If you need larger grille, please contact us for information.

(1) Hand-Woven Nickel Color Grille
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Weight 1.0000
Tech Spec
  • Available in widths up to 24'' and any length you need
  • Grille is made from a combination of copper, nickel, zinc and other metals
Max Height (inches) 84
Max Width (inches) 24
4.8 / 5.0
8 Reviews
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Great products and service. A pleasure to do business with.
These hand woven nickel grilles added a really nice touch to the piece I was restoring. The online custom size ordering process was straightforward and the custom cut grille pieces fit perfectly.
Perfect Fit. Rockler rules!
Perfect Fit. Rockler rules!
December 12, 2018
11 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Very impressed with quality
I just installed these in a mud room locker for ventilation and they look great. I ordered them 1/16th smaller that my opening and they fit perfectly. Used a clear silicon to hold them to the inside of the door (already in a frame) and it worked perfectly.
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March 29, 2017
Woodworking Experience:
Excellent quality!
I'm using these along with antique brass hinges, and because the nickel finish has a very slight yellowness, the grilles look fantastic!
August 4, 2015
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Better than online pic/description
I was surprised when I opened the box of this. I was expecting just as it looks online, but I was surprised. Heavier gauge wire and better appearance than the picture/description. Well worth it!!
January 8, 2015
Excellent product
I've used these grilles for several cabinet doors in a lower level kitchenette area. The sizes were true for all and the look is very sophisticated. Highly recommended.
November 2, 2014
My wife and I looked in...
My wife and I looked in a number of stores at quite a number of products to use as the front for cabinets that require ventilation but appearance is also important. When we saw these, we knew we had our answer. We are very satisfied with our grilles, both in appearance and ease of fitting.
September 9, 2009
It was a bit confusing as...
It was a bit confusing as I was looking for several other types of metal grilles, antique brass, and brass, which I could not find in the size that I needed. I ordered the Nickel grille which I was extremely happy with as was my wife (thank goodness).
June 4, 2009
These grills are very nice and...
These grills are very nice and are well made. I'm installing them in place of a raised panel. My plan was to use clear caulk to seal the grill in the door frame and that plan worked well except the clear caulk turned the grill green where it contacted the ends. Not real happy with my results but live and learn. I'm going to try non-acid clear caulk in hopes that it will not oxidize the grill. Wish me luck!
June 7, 2013
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It matches a previously purchased item
Jacqueline W on Mar 2, 2019
It matches a previously purchased item
Jacqueline W on Mar 2, 2019
would this work for a dog crate?
John M on Oct 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Unless you can fully enclose and cement the edges, I wouldn't. To take any kind of abuse, it should be welded, or at least have crimped and/or solid edges. The way it is, you can take it apart by turning each wire. Even just sitting on the table, the wires are loose. When I put it in my sideboard doors, I left the mesh slightly larger than my space. Now the wires pinch each other so they won't rattle when I close the doors.
how would you install these grilles in open wooden cabinets designed for glass?
Albert D on Jun 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I was lazy and used round staples (meant for installing cable or wire) to secure the ends of the screen material into the back of the wooden frame - looks great from the front, a little amateurish from the back (but the doors stay closed so only I know (ha ha)...
Are the edges of these panels stabilized for shipment so they don't fall apart?
R. S on Dec 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They shipped the two I ordered poly-wrapped to a piece of hardboard. They arrived in excellent condition. The mesh is woven with each piece zig-zagged through each other, so they can fall apart if mishandled. However, they are easy to reassemble. It is more important to make sure that you put them in is slightly smaller than the piece you order/cut, so the mesh will stay together and so it will not rattle.
How is the grill fastened into a glass cabinet?
Cynthia M on Apr 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I put ours into cabinet doors that previously held glass panes. I removed the doors, laid them flat and then was able to secure with a staple used for cables (T-25). You just have be ultra careful with the angle of the staple to penetrate the thickest portion of wood, otherwise you risk cracking or splitting. With the door shut it looks great - inside is not as nice, but functional. The only prob so far is movies with a lot of low freqs make one of the grills vibrate - I could probably add a drop or two of clear silicone to make it quiet.
Can these panels be painted?
vagabohn on Jul 11, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I would think they would be hard to paint because they are woven and not welded therefore there is a lot of movement in the panel until they are secured in place. They were beautiful in the cabinet I made though but tricky to cut to size because of the movement.
How large are the holes in this woven pattern?
Mendi on Aug 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You need to select the size using the drop down field under the heading 'Grill style' on the right hand side of the page in this web offer.
How does this finish match up with poloshed nickel?
A shopper on Aug 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It says it is nickel, and it is polished, but it has a very slight yellowness to it. I'm using it along side antique brass hinges, and it looks great. It would likely match polished nickel.
How many squares per inch on these sizes?
Aleshani on Feb 22, 2018
Can I get the grill in pewter?
Mpayton on Aug 29, 2017
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