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Corbels & Brackets Finishes

 

Antique Pewter

After pre-treatment, we dry brush a flat black over a good portion of the product. We then finish it off with a matte clear powder-coat. This finish shows a little of the silver grinder marks, but not a whole lot. It's a pretty even mixture of grays and streaks of black.

BLACK

After pre-treatment, we powder-coat the product in a matte black. This is a true black, with next to zero sheen.

Greystone

After pre-treatment, we lightly dry-brush a light gray over a good portion of the product, then we matte clear powder-coat for the last step. Aside from the silver grinder marks, this finish shows some of the raw mill finish from the steel, which is a charcoal gray color. So it’s a mix silver grinder marks, charcoal grey and light grey brush strokes.

Oil Rubbed Bronze

After pre-treatment, we powder coat it in a matte black. Once the powder has baked and cooled, we then lightly dry-brush over the black with a dark copper metallic paint. This finish is one of our most popular finishes, if you’re looking to match your other oil rubbed bronze hardware in the home, this is the finish to choose.

Old World

After pre-treatment, we powder-coat it in a matte black. Once the powder has baked and cooled, we then lightly dry-brush over the black with a dark chocolate brown paint.

Unfinished with Clear Coat

After grinding and sanding, we finish it off with a matte clear powder-coat. This finish does a really good job of showing what raw steel looks like with a mixture of grinder marks and the charcoal gray mill finish that comes on the steel. If you’re looking to compliment brushed nickel hardware or stainless steel, this is the finish to choose.

Unfinished Ready for Paint

After fabrication, sanding etc…, we clean the product and then ship it to you to paint yourself. Note: If you don’t paint or seal the product, it will have potential to rust due to moisture in the air.

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