Where would you normally use a timber handrail fitting ?
As a decorative way of finishing the end of a handrail.
What is it made out of ?
Plantation grown Victorian Ash.
The grade of timber that we use is referred to as SELECT, and is the highest quality available.
It is predominantly clear and free of defects, but a small amount of gum vein, tight knots and black specks are acceptable within the SELECT grading rules.
What are the important dimensions ?
Overall : 50mm Diameter half ball with a 16mm diameter dowel for fixing purposes.
How do you fix it to the handrail ?
Drill the end of the handrail (with a 16mm drill bit), then glue to the rail. A small amount of sanding will be required to blend where they join.
How should you finish it ?
If looking for a natural finish, then a clear lacquer will be fine; or you can use a stain to achieve your desired colour then use a clear lacquer to finish it off.
Speak to your local paint retailer for more info.