Model # COR03X02X07FRCH

Internet #202606606

Store SO SKU #1000371312

Ekena Millwork 3-1/2 in. x 2-7/8 in. x 7-3/4 in. Cherry Small Farmingdale Acanthus Corbel
0816180015785

Ekena Millwork

3-1/2 in. x 2-7/8 in. x 7-3/4 in. Cherry Small Farmingdale Acanthus Corbel

$9415 /each

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Cherry (Prunus)
  • Alder (Alnus)
  • American basswood (Tilia americana)
  • Cherry (Prunus)
  • Maple (Acer)
Product Width (in.)
3.5 in
Product Height (in.)
7.75
Product Depth (in.)
2.875
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Product Overview

Enjoy the warmth and beauty of carved wood corbels. With the proper installation, these wood brackets can support up to 150 lb. which gives you the flexibility to use a decorative bracket for support. Available in a variety of species, these brackets ship to you fully sanded and ready for your paint or stain.

California residents: see   Proposition 65 information

  • Perfect for countertop or shelf support
  • Can support up to 150 lb.
  • Can be used on mantels, range hoods and more
  • Crafted after traditional styles
  • Authenticity of a real wood product

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.875
Product Height (in.)
7.75
Product Width (in.)
3.5 in

Details

Application
General Purpose
Color Family
Cherry
Color/Finish
Cherry (Prunus)
Flexible
No
Installation Type
Glue,Nail
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Material
Wood
Moisture Resistant
No
Paintable/Stainable
Yes
Pattern Number
151483.0
Prefinished
No
Pro Pack
No
Returnable
90-Day
Rot Resistant
No

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
No

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Customer Questions & Answers

What is the difference between alder wood and maple as far as staining? I want to stain myself and get a non stained one

Asked by: Mom123
Alder tends to be a lot softer than maple, and maple is harder to stain. With its consistent color, stability, and its ability to accept stains and finishes so well,you would want to go with alder in this case.
Answered by: Joe the Millwork Guy
Date published: 2016-07-08
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