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Solid Brass Table Keeper

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Solid Brass Table Keeper
Solid Brass Table Keeper
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Get authentic, traditional English style with the strength and beauty of solid brass in a sanded finish. This fork-style set is ideal for holding table leaves or halves together. Perfect for heavier table tops! This three-piece set has a horseshoe connector and two catch units with internal steel friction springs.

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Brand Rockler
Weight 0.2500
Tech Spec
  • Overall dimensions:3-3/4" W x 2" D
  • Mount on 2-1/4" centers
  • Holes are 3/4" apart
Hardware Type Fasteners
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4.9 / 5.0
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Table Keeper
Exactly what I needed. Well made. Solid brass. Can't go wrong with this.
December 12, 2018
3 weeks ago
Woodworking Experience:
Exactly what I was looking for!
This is great for holding my L-desk together!
August 21, 2018
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Spot on!!! Matched antique fixtures which were missing the connector piece.
June 6, 2018
7 months ago
Great Online Store!
The item I purchased can be very hard to find and is some what obscure. Rockler's website had classified their items so that they are relatively easy to find.
January 2, 2017
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
very high quality and sturdy. Same design as tables original but a bit larger. Be sure to mount them as pair as they will not line up correctly otherwise and you end up with more and more screw holes in your table and leafs. ( or is that leaves?)
December 8, 2016
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Well made and functional.
Very solid product. I would recommend them, although I would like a variety of sizes.
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July 22, 2016
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Excellent product!
Simple to install and very sturdy. Would highly recommend this product. Over the years people would use our table to leverage themselves out of their chairs and as a result the wooden pegs in the table leaves broke which made the leaves basically sit on the expandable slides. I was always afraid someone would lean on just one leaf and it would pop up on the opposite side possibly injuring someone. Installing these brackets has made the table top very secure.
July 5, 2016
over 2 years ago
I bought 4 of these for...
I bought 4 of these for and antique, expandable table. Very close to the original. Well made. Brass could be polished to a higher luster but unless you get under the table you'll never see them. A previous reviewer wasn't pleased because he expected too much. These are not supports. These merely hold two pieces together. In my case the table is made in two sections, each with its' own pedestal base. The forks hold the halves together. The extension fits between the halves and is also held together with these forks. Four pull outs and table pins support the extension.
October 10, 2012
I recently built an extension to...
I recently built an extension to my dining room table and installed this table keeper so that I could keep the extension tight against the table. This product was perfect for the job. It keeps the two pieces tight, is easy to use, and is nice and solid. I used two of them for my project and I'm very happy.
October 22, 2010
Good, could use some extra instructions
I've got a bias against brass screws due to stripping out, fortunately they included extras. I also managed to put half of them on backwards before realizing the friction spring goes the other way. A little more instruction would be nice, but overall pretty good.
September 3, 2015
over 3 years ago
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
I have an antique table we use daily and the leaves don't stay together well on their own. I shopped and you were the best price and have a trusted reputation.
Robert P on Dec 3, 2018
Cliff C on Oct 31, 2018
I have an antique table we use daily and the leaves don't stay together well on their own. I shopped and you were the best price and have a trusted reputation.
Robert P on Dec 3, 2018
We have this type of closure on another table and prefer it to the standard lock.
Donna H on Nov 25, 2018
Cliff C on Oct 31, 2018
best price
Stephen P on Sep 12, 2018
to make an office return desk
Stephen R on Apr 5, 2018
Best price I could find anywhere!
John M on Feb 28, 2018
Needed to replace one for my table after moving
Miryam w on Feb 25, 2018
Antique table restoration project.
Peter P on May 25, 2017
client selected this option.
Jan S on Apr 5, 2017
replacement parts
To close gap in antique table.
Loretta A R on Mar 12, 2017
Looks like it will be great for my project
Jaime G on Feb 18, 2017
Making a 7 leaf table extension Same w/ biscuits, table pins, table leaf aligners, and extension slides
Alan O on Feb 17, 2017
tie poker table top to base
Mike R on Jul 26, 2016
The pedestal table is missing the brass pieces to hold the table together.
Tracy N on May 5, 2016
We bought a set and need more. These are excellent quality; better than the Drexel Heritage table came with.
Andrew P on Apr 10, 2016
I have a family heirloom table which has a very heavy top and I feel this table keeper will keep the two halves together better.
Patrick K on Apr 7, 2016
I have one, but needed the 2nd one for the other side of the table
Chester C on Dec 4, 2015
Because I want to use it
Charles G R on Nov 15, 2015
Out of all the table hardware I looked at, these seem to fulfill our needs.
TIMOTHY C H on Nov 13, 2015
good quality and correct keeper for table
Barbara G on Oct 5, 2015
Got a used conference table that had only one of these and I needed 4. I could not find them locally.
Marc R on Sep 21, 2015
current table project
Maurice U on Aug 30, 2015
Lost two pieces from my existing table, these are replacements.
Judith A on Jul 11, 2015
To replace old and damaged keepers of same style
John L on Jun 24, 2015
easy to install and use, met my needs
Jim A on Jun 12, 2015
dining room table repair
Janice T on Apr 29, 2015
We have this type of closure on another table and prefer it to the standard lock.
Donna H on Nov 25, 2018
best price
Stephen P on Sep 12, 2018
How much does this protrude out from the bottom of the table? I need something that's only going to protrude about 1/4 of an inch from the table bottom.
Michael W on Apr 8, 2017
I need 6 of the horse shoe table connectors. The total width must be 3.25"The arms must be 7/16"and the dimensions center to center of the prongs must be 2.75". They are for an antique table and I want to keep the original latches and don't want to re-position them. Do you have this item? The 7/16" is the width of the arm. The length from the grip to the end is 2".
Michael T on Dec 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Easy to install and have performed perfectly in keeping the sections together and aligned. I'd purchase them again.
I'm making an overlay to increase the area of my dining room table. At its maximum the leaves will hang 18" over the table sides. I want to keep the flat, side-by-side sections free of pins or other guides so I can store the two leaves. Does anyone have an opinion on how well these will align and hold the two leaves?
M A on Feb 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The alignment is really on you and how well you position them. I made an octagonal dinning room extension table with 1 2ft leaf and 1 1ft leaf and I have these locks on the underside of both sections of table and all leaves and they work great. Like I said it's a matter of how you position them and if they have the right tension on them.
I am adding two 15in leaves, one on each side of table. They will be stored in closet when not in use. Could these be used to secure the leaves to the table and then use drop leaf supports for weight bearing?
Syd W on Nov 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes. I have larger heavy end leaves that sit on steel pull out bars. These keep the leaves nice and snug. The good thing is they are almost flush under the table so no catching of clothing when installed and they go into the closet with the storage of the leaves so almost nothing protrudes from the bottom of the table when the leaves are not used. I like em.
What is width of each of the tangs? Thank you.
Chuck L on May 7, 2018
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