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Small Solid Brass Quadrant Hinges, Antique Brass, Pair Item #: 48068
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Large Solid Brass Quadrant Hinges, Antique Brass, Pair
Large Solid Brass Quadrant Hinges, Antique Brass, Pair Item #: 46807
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Solid Brass Quadrant Hinges, Pair

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    Product Name Qty
    Small Solid Brass Quadrant Hinges, Antique Brass, Pair
    Special Price $7.99 Regular Price $9.99
    Large Solid Brass Quadrant Hinges, Antique Brass, Pair
    Special Price $7.99 Regular Price $9.99

These elegant quadrant hinges are crafted from solid brass, and finished with an attractive antique hue that complements a variety or wood species and styles. The integral stop arm holds your lid open at approximately 95°. Sold in pairs. Available in large and small sizes.


Streamline the mortising process with the JIG IT® Q4 Small Quadrant Hinge Mortise Template or the JIG IT® Q3 Large Quadrant Hinge Mortise Template and the Hinge Mortising System.


The Quadrant Hinge Templates simplify the process by eliminating the need to measure and mark while also providing a clear guide for routing with a bushing. Each template features a clean design and a clear face you can see where you will be routing with ease. The Q3 Template is designed for #46807 (Solid Brass Large-Box Quadrant Hinge 1-5/8''W x 1-5/8''H x 9/32'') while the Q4 Template is designed for use with #48068 (Solid Brass Small-Box Quadrant Hinge 1-1/4''W x 1-1/4''H x 7/32'').


Both of the templates are intended to work with the JIG IT® Hinge Mortising System. Simply lay the template into the system and clamp it where you'd like it to sit. When you are done just remove the template out of the system. Not only does this speed up the process by eliminating the need to mark and measure, but it can be reused with a wide range of mortising templates.

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Weight 0.0900
Tech Spec
  • Solid brass hinges
  • Strong positive stop allows for an approximately 95° opening angle
  • Each set of hinges includes twelve matching 3/8" flat-head screws that sit neatly in the countersunk hinge holes
  • Crafted from 1/16" thick solid brass
  • Large Quadrant Hinges measure 1-5/8"L x 1-5/8"W
  • Large Quadrant Hinges width of arm is 9/32"
  • Small Quadrant Hinges measure 1-1/4"L x 1-1/4"W
  • Small Quadrant Hinges width of arm is 3/16"
  • A deep mortise is required for the stop arm on each hinge
  • Made in China
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Solid Brass Quadrant Hinges, Pair
Very Well Built, These will make my small boxes Much better for those who receive them
October 2, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
solid brass hinges
I needed a slim pair of hinges that held the top open to 90 degrees. I selected this pair because of the thin wall construction of the box. After much work getting the mortise in the right place they work just fine.
It would help if there were some instructions on the depth of the mortise and also the width, but with some work they work fine
June 8, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Great Hinge
This hinge has quality built into it but it takes some skill to install.
March 31, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Just What I Needed
These solid brass quadrant hinges are a fraction of the cost of most boutique hinges and work perfectly!
March 4, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
The hinges worked well and installed easily using the Rockler Jig template.
May 21, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Great for the price
These hinges are more difficult to install compared to regular hinges. The jigit works well. These hinges really make a jewelry box look nice. I would give it five stars except that the are not as expensive looking as $50 hinges.
May 25, 2018
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Quadrant Hinge Carries the Day
First time use of this hinge. I usually do stop hinges on box lids but this one was extra heavy. The additional support afforded by the quadrant arc lived up to my expectation that it would do the job.
Wenge Tie and Jewelry box with Cedar tie storage and curly Maple jewelry drawer.
The quadrant hinge, installed.  First time I have used one and it worked well.  Easy installation.
The closed box with the glass top to reveal the ties inside.
The curly maple drawer, with three compartments.
The tie spaces made of unfinished eastern red cedar.
February 17, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Not very sturdy
These will only work for small boxes. They are very small and won't support much of a lid. Screws are poor quality as well.
April 24, 2018
Purchased
9 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Tough to work with
My biggest complaints (1) The curved arm will lock on you in the down position. To fix this I ended up putting a small section of a twist tie in through the hole of the arm. More expensive hinges have a different shape on the one end to prevent this. Otherwise the only way you can open the lid is to turn the box upside down. (2) If you are installing these with a chisel and not using the router template, be sure you have a 3/16" chisel. It will make life much easier to chisel out the "L" that runs up the side of your box. A 3/16" chisel is just not a common one that everyone owns.
January 4, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
Needed the antique finish to match the lock set.
KEN C on Aug 6, 2018
Nice compliment to my project.
Michael Paparo on Oct 23, 2017
Needed the antique finish to match the lock set.
KEN C on Aug 6, 2018
I need it
Ward F on May 15, 2018
Nice compliment to my project.
Michael Paparo on Oct 23, 2017
fix existing box
Kevin D on May 16, 2017
use on my boxes, works well with Quadrant jig
Joseph T on Apr 26, 2017
I got these for my personal use in my "Newly Remodeled" bathroom, they will work for the custom storage boxes I'll have in my medicine cabinet , The Price can't be beat
Daniel S on Apr 24, 2017
the finish
Edmond H on Apr 8, 2017
Small jewelry box
Allen S on Dec 3, 2016
Building Humidors
Brian D on Oct 20, 2016
Try out quadrant hinges
mmalinco on Sep 20, 2016
Great option for the box I was building.
Justin F on Sep 15, 2016
hinges for humidor
Doug F on Aug 26, 2016
These are the best medium priced quadrant hinges that I have found
John T on Aug 5, 2016
Wanted some hinges to have on hand for future projects.
Fred M on Jul 26, 2016
Beautiful hinges at a reasonable price
P S on Apr 23, 2016
a nice hinge for my watch box design.
RALPH B on Mar 11, 2016
I needed hinges for a chest I am building
Deb and Mike B on Mar 11, 2016
Valentine's Day jewelry box
KEVIN F on Feb 24, 2016
Small box project
Gary W on Jan 26, 2016
For jewelry boxes and music boxes.
C L on Jan 6, 2016
love these hinges, simple way to add class to gift boxes
Thomas C on Nov 8, 2015
These hinges are awesome. They will work perfectly on the box I need them for.
Cool4 on Oct 9, 2015
making a jewelry box
William G on Jul 31, 2015
Building a keepsake box for my daughter.
warren t on May 31, 2015
i thought they were perfect for my box project
John M on May 21, 2015
for a specialist job making wedding ring presentation box
elaine d on May 18, 2015
Needed it for a project
Bill S on May 11, 2015
I need it
Ward F on May 15, 2018
fix existing box
Kevin D on May 16, 2017
box quadrant hinge installation ?
Jim L on Sep 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I use a small Bosch router with a fence to make my dado and mortise cuts for the hinges. Most of my boxes are made from 5/8 thick stock that I plane. I lay the quadrant hinge on the edge of the box carcass to locate approximate placement of hinge. I want the pin hinge to straddle the back of box: half on the box edge and half hanging out back. I then mark a line where the hinge ends on side. Using a speed square I set this distance for box sides of box and also both sides of lid. I then set the fence of router so that my 5/16 straight cut bit will cut approximately in center of the box sides and lid sides. Using a scrap piece of wood I set the depth so that it will allow the hinge thickness to become flush with edge. I now make those 4 side cuts: two on the box carcass and two on the lid.I place the hinge in this recess I just made so that I can mark where I should stop for the cut along the back of the box since it will be in a different position that the sides. I mark this stop using the same method above with a speed square and then cut these recesses.Next I change the bit from a 5/16 bit to a 1/4 inch bit. The 1/4 inch bit needs to be long enough so that it can cut approximately 1 3/8 inch mortise depth in side edges of the box carcass. This will allow the hinge stop bars to recess in to the box when closed. This cut is made in several passes of course and is approximately 1/2 inch lateral cut.With the same setup I cut a recess in the lid similar to box carcass except this recess only needs to be about 1/2 inch deep.I check the cut of the recess with a hinge to make sure it is flush with box edge. If it is recessed too deep then box will not close properly with hinge in place. If recess is too shallow the hinge will also not allow box to close properly. Best fit is with hinge flush to edge. You may find that you need to relieve the corners of your recess with a chisel for tighter and squarer fit of hinge.Finally be very careful. Don't overtighten.I use a piece of wire in the hinge stop hole to keep the bar from pulling out. A cut piece of paper clip works well for this purpose. Take your time and measure accurately. Once you do the first one successfully the rest will be easier for you.Please let me know if you have additional questions.
What is the width from hinge pin center to outer edge?
Britt S on Sep 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It is 1/8", give or take 1/32. They work great!
Gordon Marsh
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