Internet #202323457

Model #50-KITGWC

Gray Stacked Stone Brace and Curved Cap Mailbox Post

  • Designed for easy in-ground installation
  • Cast stone is extremely durable and light-weight
  • Install over a 6 x 6 or 4 x 4 in. wooden post
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Product Overview

Create curb appeal with an elegantly designed cast stone mailbox post. Cast stone is extremely durable, lightweight and designed for easy in-ground installation. Slides over a 6 in. x 6 in. or 4 in. x 4 in. wooden post (not included). Kit includes: cast stone mailbox post, fiberglass mailbox support, cap and mounting hardware.
  • Cast stone posts are made from glass fiber reinforced concrete and have the look, feel and heft of custom stonework; built to outlast typical wood, metal and vinyl products
  • Durable and maintenance-free like natural stone
  • Each mailbox post is handcrafted with the exquisite detail and style you expect in upscale products
  • Old world craftsmanship and classic designs, including decorative caps and mailbox support options, complement all architectural styles
  • High quality cast stone material and solid construction are built to withstand years of harsh weather conditions

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Post MaterialSteelCast StoneVinylVinyl
Post Installation TypeFits Over 4x4,In-Ground Fits Over 4x4Fits Over 4x4
IncludedMounting Hardware,Posts Newspaper Holders/Receptacles,PostsNewspaper Holders/Receptacles,Posts
Product Height (in.)43 in576363
Product Width (in.)4 in81313
Weight Capacity (lb.)230 1616
FeaturesCorrosion Resistant,Fade Resistant,Scratch Resistant,Snow Plow Resistant Decorative,Fade ResistantDecorative,Fade Resistant
Access Type Front Only
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Access Type
Front Only
Accessory Type
Post Material
Cast Stone
Product Weight (lb.)
Rear access

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 Year

Questions & Answers


Do you still not have a replacement bracket available? or is there anything you would recommend t...

Asked by Sherrie July 6, 2020

Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. If you're looking for a specific replacement bracket for this We would recommend reaching out to the manufactuare as they would be able to get you a replacement bracket.We do however carry a wide variety of mail box brackets. If you search mail box brackets on our website you will be able to choose one to your liking. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. -The Home Depot-

Is this just temporarily out of stock or is Home Depot no longer carrying this item?

Asked by JS June 23, 2020

It's been my experience over time with this particular item that Home Depot periodically does not have the item in stock I believe they're still carrying it but I also can't speak for Home Depot

String trimmer safe?

Asked by Rick7525 May 27, 2020

Yes, No problem, almost feels like real stone, very durable

What size mailbox do i buy fir this it has a medium and a large which one woukd fit best on top ??

Asked by Mary May 7, 2020

I purchased this mailbox. I have attached a picture.

Will this product hold up in New Hampshire winters? Plow going by etc.

Asked by Curious April 11, 2020

I'm in CT and i have had it for a couple of winters with no issues at all

I can't tell if this is all gray or if it has brown in it. Some pictures I have seen are all gray...

Asked by NP April 1, 2020

My house is beige with beige stone and a dark brown door. The mailbox looks really nice with brown accents. The cap on top is off white.

How do I order the post Kit# 50-KITGWPC or this kit with the newspaper box?

Asked by Chuck October 8, 2019

What is the weight limitation for a mailbox.The brace/mount looks like it would have to be a ligh...

Asked by Donald September 13, 2019

I don't know the official weight restrictions but mine was used to support a standard sizes but rather heavy metal/ copper decorative mailbox and durability in regards to the weight of the mailbox hasn't been an issue. Fed ex and amazon trucks hitting it are an issue but not the weight of the mailbox.

How will this fare against the snow plows? Is it too fragile or tough enough to withstand a chun...

Asked by Amy April 29, 2019

It slides over a 4c4 or 6x6 wooden post. I would use the 6, and cement both the wood post and the stone post well into the ground. I put the wood post 24” in the ground, and the mailbox about 8” into the ground with cement. If you do that, it should hold up. When my street is plowed, snow is plowed into the mailbox, albeit not very forcefully. But it is pretty solid if you use the largest post.

We have an existing wood post already in the ground. Could I just place this over top of it?

Asked by Amy April 29, 2019

Yes. If your existing post is a 4x4 standard wooden mailbox post, you will need to add a 1"x4" x 4 foot pine board to two adjoining sides of the existing post. This will then fit nicely inside the new stone mailbox.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
    out of 102 reviews
  • 85% recommend this product
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Hardware is garbage
The stone post cover and mail box support look nice. However, I would highly suggest you buy your own screws. They all strip very easily but One stripped so bad that we had to saw it off because we couldn’t get it all the way in and couldn’t back it out. Having three screws holding it in instead of four causes a lot move wiggle room/movement in the structure than I expected. It also caused our mailbox to not be able to sit flush against the post. There is a gap there now
by Kelly
I have wanted this mailbox post for a long time but Home Depot did not consistently have it in st...
I have wanted this mailbox post for a long time but Home Depot did not consistently have it in stock. I finally caught them at the right time, made the puchased, & had it shipped. My husband & I installed the post with Quickcrete & it took us two days total only because we wanted the mix to set firmly in the ground. The results are beautiful!! This post added the curb appeal I envisioned & adds value to our property in an affordable, reasonable way. This was a very doable diy so glad we have this item
by Nina
2 people found this helpful
This our 2nd purchase and love the easy installation. What GREAT curb appeal. The stone is a pe...
This our 2nd purchase and love the easy installation. What GREAT curb appeal. The stone is a perfect match to our stone garden around the mailbox. Well made and would highly recommend.
by 6t9bowtie
I really wanted to love this product but it was shipped to my home so badly damaged it was fallin...
I really wanted to love this product but it was shipped to my home so badly damaged it was falling apart in the box. I did return it for a full refund and ordered another one, with extra packaging this time. Again, I received the replacement post, with less damage but still a section on the lower part of the stones had been cracked and fallen off in the box (you could see the inner webbing). It is a lovely post but if the manufacturer can't get it to me without damage (TWICE), then that's a problem. Beware! (Side note, Home Depot's customer service was very helpful and understanding...this product's issue in no way reflects on them. This is 100% manufacturer related.)
by Homeowner
3 people found this helpful
Love it. We painted the top piece and the bracket to match our mailbox and trim. Hope it holds u...
Love it. We painted the top piece and the bracket to match our mailbox and trim. Hope it holds up against the plows. Easy to install over existing 4x4.
by CynthiaM
2 people found this helpful
Looks Great!
Looks great! My husband installed while I was out of town but he says it was not difficult just took a little time. I do recommend bracing on the inside with additional 2X4 if using over an existing post.
by MrsDuck
4 people found this helpful
Nice looking but so so fit
Pros: -price -looks beautiful Cons: -fragile, first one came damaged, second one was still cracked however the support was OK (was cracked on the first one too) -cap doesn't fit properly, had to trim the fiberglass top to have it properly sit flush. Not acceptable but at that point it was already too late to return. -mounting hw for the mailbox was flimsly... ended up getting a few small lag bolts which worked great. Advice: Make sure u inspect as soon as taking out of the box and test fit.
by Sam
5 people found this helpful
So worth it! Love it!
This mailbox post is just gorgeous! It was very simple and easy to install! We used a 4x4 post that we cemented into the ground for extra support. Followed the directions and a few of the tips that we read in other reviews and it was a synch! So many of our neighbors have stopped and commented on how beautiful it is. They thought that we actually built the post stone by stone! Little do they know it came all put together as one simple sleeve! I would highly recommend this product to everyone!
by HomeDepotCustomer
9 people found this helpful
Great investment
This mailbox and post has changed the whole curb side appeal of our home, and we have received many compliments. This is a very elegant and attractive post and mailbox, easy to install, and seems very durable. I love it, and find myself looking forward to checking the mail.
by Mamarochs
10 people found this helpful
Looks like real brick, very stylish
This is a high end mailbox post and does not include the mailbox itself. It is a bit pricey but the positive comments I've received made it all worthwhile. The brick portion consists of a sleeve that slides over the post, (not included). Either a 4 x 4 or 6 x 6 post can be used with the brick sleeve. It is fairly heavy so I would recommend having two people to lift it although I was able to do it myself with the help of a stepladder. The support bracket simply screws through the masonry sleeve to the inside post. For this, drilling a pilot hole with a masonry bit is recommended. Since the mailbox was not included, I also purchased an upgraded brown hammered metal mailbox from Home Depot and added brass numbers. The combination looks great and I've gotten several compliments already from both neighbors and passers by after only 2 weeks. The mailman likes it too.
by bobkat
13 people found this helpful
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