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Decorative casket hardware in your choice of antique nickel or gold.
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Product Name Price Qty
Antique Nickel Stamped Metal Corners-set of 4
Antique Nickel Stamped Metal Corners-set of 4 Item #: 33692
In stock
$69.99
Pack
Antique Gold Handle Rod End Caps-pair
Antique Gold Handle Rod End Caps-pair Item #: 33718
In stock
$19.99
Pair
Antique Gold Stamped Metal Corners-set of 4
Antique Gold Stamped Metal Corners-set of 4 Item #: 33731
In stock
$69.99
Pack

Casket Decorative Hardware - Handle Rod Brackets, Caps and Stamped Metal Corners

Item #
GRP901_1
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54% of 100
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Casket Decorative Hardware - Handle Rod Brackets, Caps and Stamped Metal Corners

Use this decorative hardware to make a professional-looking casket. Handle Rod Brackets and Caps Just add 1-1/2" round dowels to match your casket design. Available in antique nickel or antique gold. Sold in pairs. (Usually one pair is used for each end, and three pairs for each side). Stamped Metal Corners Sold in sets of four. They measure 8-1/8" by 4-1/4". Also available in antique nickel or antique gold.

(1) Pair of Casket Decorative Hardware, Handle Rod Brackets, Caps or Stamped Metal Corners
More Information
Weight 1.0000
Tech Spec
  • Stamped Metal Corner Dimensions: 8-1/8" by 4-1/4"
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The parts are great
Bought all these parts for a casket I was making. They all were beautiful on the finished casket.
Rockler Casket Decorative Hardware: Casket in the making. Don't have the final pic on this puter.
Rockler Casket Decorative Hardware: Casket in the making. Don't have the final pic on this puter.
March 3, 2017
Purchased
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
I build custom-made wooden coffins for people all over the United States. Recently, I introduced the Black Gothic Toe-Pincher model with the Antique Nickel Handle Rod Brackets and End Caps. They've proven to be very popular with my customers. The design of the components is very contemporary and sleek, but I wish the craftsmanship on the end caps was better. The ridges from the mold castings aren't completely ground away thereby cheapening an otherwise well-designed component.
October 5, 2007
The handle caps do NOT fit an 1 1/2" dowel rode like it says had to turn mine down hope you have a lathe and they are not perfectly round they are oblong so expect some work to get them to fit
April 21, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Caps could be smoother. Mold seam not smooth.
July 27, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Having this hardware helped make a professionally done casket.
I was glad Rockler had this hardware in stock for my grandsons casket. The plans that I bought from rocker were a waste of money because they did not scale down for a child's casket and weren't very attractive for any casket. The rod brackets were the best thing I bought for the casket. The hinges did not work for the casket I made and I don't see how they would work for any casket. The rod ends looked nice enough but it took some machining to make them fit the dowel the plan called for. The catches were fine. I did not buy the corner brackets but instead turned some nice corner accents.
May 10, 2015
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
The hardware for making coffins is great.The handle hardware comes with 3 screws for wood. These are not strong enough to keep from pulling out. I have made 4 coffins so far and I use a 3/32 bolt, washer and nut in place of one of the screws. It would be so bad if a handle failed at a service.
March 6, 2011
For the most part I was...
For the most part I was pleased with the products I purchased, though a couple of the handles hardware were not very well made. I would have sent them back but there was no time since I only make caskets when there is a need for one.
February 19, 2011
While these look good from a distance and look like they will be strong enough, the finish (buffing out tool marks prior to final finish) is absolutely terrible. I am surprised that Rockler would sell this item until they were able to upgrade to an acceptable finish
December 19, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
This product was not what I was expecting. Overall quality was not very good.
January 2, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
I am very happy with the product; however the delivery service sucks. I select overnight or next day delivery (which usually costs an extra $25 or $30 bucks, and each time he delivery takes 4 or 5 days which is lousy when considering sometimes product is needed for delivery to the mortuary within three days! I’ve been stuck with that senerio three times now. Very dis-satisfied with your delivery commitments z. How bout three refunds on “guaranteed next day delivery” X 3???
January 2, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
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Why did you choose this?
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because I like you
john j on Jan 9, 2018
Because I need them to build ny 4th casket
Burton L on Apr 30, 2017
because I like you
john j on Jan 9, 2018
Everything worked perfectly except the stamped metal corners, I should not have ordered those. The way we made this casket they were not needed.
Bentley P on Sep 18, 2017
Because I need them to build ny 4th casket
Burton L on Apr 30, 2017
I am using these on a casket which I am building for my Mother
Kenneth M on Aug 23, 2016
We liked the look of the hardware. The first time we used this hardware we could not find the right size dowel in the length needed. This required us to machine notches in the dowel so that the handles could be attached. Use through bolts with washers and nuts, it is not secure enough with the screws.
Jeff M on Jan 28, 2016
exactly what I needed
Robert M on Jan 28, 2016
Your product seems to meet my needs better than four other sites.
Paul S on Aug 30, 2015
building a casket
Gordy P on Aug 25, 2015
I make my own handles and these work great, and they are strong. My caskets are quite heavy
Monte B on Jul 1, 2015
Building casket
Janet G on Jun 19, 2015
To line a casket you need the hardware for inside and outside. Rockler is the only company that has these items available
Beverly K on Jun 18, 2015
To build a beautiful casket for my father. will purchase again if I build more.
Cheryl G on Apr 22, 2015
Building casket for my mother and needed these items. Rocker was the only place I could find them.
Eric C on Apr 19, 2015
Everything worked perfectly except the stamped metal corners, I should not have ordered those. The way we made this casket they were not needed.
Bentley P on Sep 18, 2017
I am using these on a casket which I am building for my Mother
Kenneth M on Aug 23, 2016
Do the screws hold and what length are they for the dowel handle?
KAren G on Oct 10, 2017
Where do you find the cloth lining for custom made coffins ?
Roger L. W on Feb 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: There are no ready-made products available. You must sew your own from material you can purchase at any fabric store.
Does a standard round wood rod fit the handle brackets and ends?
mikec on Mar 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It's been some time since I used these, but as I recall they need 1 1/2" doweling. I was unable to find that size in oak, but did find it in poplar. Once finished and stained they looked ok. Also, the end caps are slightly smaller than 1 1/2" and I had to slightly turn the ends of the dowel to get them to fit -- maybe 1/16th.
where do i get the round dowel for casket?
nordia m on Oct 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hello,
I have gotten the round dowel in a couple of places depending on the species of wood used in building the casket.
I purchased the pine dowels, 1 1/2 inches in diameter, from Menard's stores. They are basicly closet rods, 6 feet long.
I purchased oak dowels at a custom woodworking place called Elias Woodwork company in Winkler, Manitoba (which is only 50 miles from where I live in North Dakota) . Elias will make them to any length up to about 12 feet.
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