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Floating Shelf Brackets, Iron Pipe Brackets, Rustic Shelf Brackets, Rustic Decor, Floating Shelves, Farmhouse brackets, Mantel bracket
Floating Shelf Brackets, Iron Pipe Brackets, Rustic Shelf Brackets, Rustic Decor, Floating Shelves, Farmhouse brackets, Mantel bracket
Floating Shelf Brackets, Iron Pipe Brackets, Rustic Shelf Brackets, Rustic Decor, Floating Shelves, Farmhouse brackets, Mantel bracket
Floating Shelf Brackets, Iron Pipe Brackets, Rustic Shelf Brackets, Rustic Decor, Floating Shelves, Farmhouse brackets, Mantel bracket
Floating Shelf Brackets, Iron Pipe Brackets, Rustic Shelf Brackets, Rustic Decor, Floating Shelves, Farmhouse brackets, Mantel bracket

Floating Shelf Brackets, Iron Pipe Brackets, Rustic Shelf Brackets, Rustic Decor, Floating Shelves, Farmhouse brackets, Mantel bracket

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The wall brackets are made in three different sizes with three sizes of pipe. Can be used for a variety of shelving situations.
Sized by pipe outside diameter and distance from the wall to the center of the shelf flange.

Small - 3/4" pipe thickness, 5 1/2" overall length, 3 - 1/4" from wall to center of flange
Medium - 1" pipe thickness, 7" overall length, 4" from wall to center of flange
Large - 1 1/4" pipe thickness, 7 - 3/4" overall length, 4 - 1/2" from wall to center of flange

click the "Ask A Question" button to inquire about availability of other lengths for your application.
The price is for one bracket. No fasteners are provided.

May be raw steel or painted our Hammered Black, your choice.

FYI A little Industrial History - Steel pipe today still uses iron pipe "size" designations from the early 19th century. The sizes were agreed upon back then as an Iron Pipe System or IPS. Back then pipe was made of softer iron not the steel we have today because electric welding had not been invented yet. The agreement was for an inside diameter to hold a certain amount of water and an outside diameter to fit into pipe joints. Over the years the outside diameter became more important so that old fittings would mate to new fittings as time went by. As metallugy progressed the wall thickness of the pipe was reduced but the outside diameter had to remain the same so all the fittings would work. Today, many generations later, we have several wall thicknesses of pipe for any given outside pipe size. The difference is of course on the inside. All of our pipe is schedule 40, which is pretty much standard today for gas pipe and some water pipe.
This is why when you buy 1/2" pipe it is not 1/2". The inside is actually .622" and the outside is .84". Nothing like 1/2" is it? We like to call it out the way YOU see it on the outside which is about 3/4". (Don't ask about modern tubing or high pressure pipe or stainless pipe)

Our customers write: "Beautiful pieces, fast shipping, and packed well for such heavy items. The wall mounts are so cool and really compliment the natural wood. Thank you!"


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