1/4" Dia. Carriage Bolt - Hammered Texture
On a trip to Cody, WY while admiring a neat 1800’s carriage we noticed a rusty carriage bolt that was obviously a black iron bolt in its day. Our picture of this rustic carriage bolt inspired one of Old West Iron's most popular specialty fasteners, our decorative hammered head carriage bolt. Using these old world wrought iron carriage bolts you can now achieve the look of the antique carriage fasteners. This antique replica bolt was created to be used with our old world hinges, rustic iron straps, and as a door accessory. This hammered head bolt is an asset to all building new and old giving the look of a wrought iron bolt. Since the trend of reclaimed lumber these decorative carriage bolts have become fashionable. The 1/4" carriage bolt has a 9/16" round head.
- Head Shape: Round
- Head Texture: Hammered
- Head Diameter: 1/2"
- Shank Diameter: 1/4"
- Thread Pitch: 20
- Thread Type: Course
- Raw: Metal is left untreated. Recommended for those wanting to add their own finish.
- Black: The part is painted flat black. We recommend this option for parts that have no texturing done to them and for outdoor use.
- Oil Rubbed Bronze: A wax containing bronze is rubbed on the piece, leaving a bronze color to the high points of the metal where the lows will be black. Recommended for hammered or distressed textured items.
- Pewter: A wax containing pewter is rubbed on the part, leaving the silver-ish pewter color on the highs points of the metal and the lows will be black. Recommended for hammered of distressed textured items.
- Aged Bronze: A wax containing bronze is applied to the piece and then wiped away. This finish leaves the high points of the metal black and the low points a goldish-bronze color. Recommended for hammered or distressed items.
- Aged Pewter: A wax containing pewter is applied to the piece and then wiped away. This finish leaves the high point of the metal black and the low points a silver-ish pewter color. Recommended for hammered or distressed items.
- Rusty Metal Patina: This finish leaves the reddish, orange color of the rust on the low points of the piece. It looks best when selected with a hammered or distressed texture
- Gunmetal: This is an acid finish leaving hints of blues and browns coming through the part. The coloring soaks into the metal making it more scratch resistant (Good for high use items).Not recommended for outdoor use
- Wrought Iron Patina: This is an acid was finish, the blackish coloring will soak into the metal making it more scratch resistant (Good for high usu items). Not recommended for outdoor use