Side Mount Hooks - Pack Of 2

$4.95 USD
Item# 8841
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  • Side Mount Hooks are a strong and secure method of hanging framed stained glass panels
  • Designed to hold panels up to 30" wide x 48" long
  • Brass plated
  • Includes screws


Product Description

These brass-plated hooks eliminate stress that can cause the top of stained glass panel frames to bow. Designed to hold panels up to 30" wide x 48" long. They screw to the vertical sides of your wood frame. Easy to install screws are included.

Panel created by artist George Ayars.

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  •   Works as advertised
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Pros : Was looking to hang some glass I had mounted in old barn windows and these worked perfectly.
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Pros : Sturdy, attractive, well made.
Cons : Only came in bright brass.
Other Thoughts : Used these to hang my stained glass windows.
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Pros : They are very well made, look good and are easy to use. Always my go to when I need hardware for frames.
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