Simple rustic charm, the 1.5 inch Willow Iron Corbel creates a beautiful look with its tree shaped center support. This bracket can be used for countertop support, shelf support and anywhere else that a decorative support bracket is needed.
- There are two 3/8" cut-outs, joined together to make a 3/4" wide scroll from the front.
- Back-plate is 1.5" wide x 1/4" thick
- There are no castings on this bracket, it's all laser cut from steel and tig welded for a clean look.
- The 3 holes are 1/4" wide and are countersunk so that the screw will sit flush.
- 2 Top plate holes are also included.
- Back-plate top holes are an 1/8" in from the side and 1" down from the top-plate
- Back-plate holes are 1" on center apart from each other
- The bottom hole is 3/8" up from the bottom of the back-plate
- Can support up to 150lbs if installed correctly.
Determine What Size & Quantity to Order?
This information is provided by The Marble Institute of Americas published requirements for granite countertops.
What size corbel do I order?
- Your Countertop overhang should not extend past the corbel by more than 4 to 6 inches.
- Example: If your countertop overhang is 10-inches you will want a bracket that measures at least 5 to 6 inches deep.
- All our corbel measurements are listed as depth x height | Example: a 6" x 8" corbel is 6 inches deep and 8 inches high.
- Notes From a Designer: Corbels are meant to be seen. So they generally look best when they are 2/3 as deep as the countertop overhang itself. As an example, when we design countertop overhangs we will keep the end of the corbel 2-4" from the end of the countertop overhang. This does exceed the Marble Institutes requirements but it looks much better from a design perspective.
How many corbels do I order?
- Corbels are generally spaced 24 to 36 inches apart under countertop overhangs.
- To figure out how many corbels you need lets start with 2 corbels at each end of the countertop set 4" to 6" inches in, from the edge.
- Now measure the span left between the 2 end corbels and use the following formula: (span left) divided by (desired spacing).
- Example; an 84" wide countertop with 2 brackets set 4 inches from the end would leave you with 76 inches left to support; (84" - 8" = 76"). Now take 76" divided/by 24" = 3.1, so you would need 3 more corbels for a total of 5 brackets.
- For a countertop overhang spanning 84" wide with 2 corbels set in 4" from either side, and a 24 inch span between corbels, you would order 5 brackets total. 2 ends brackets and 3 to support the remaining 76" span.
- For a countertop overhang spanning 84" wide with 2 corbels set in 4" from either side, and a 36 inch span between corbels, you would order 4 brackets total. 2 ends brackets and 2 to support the remaining 76" span.