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4100 Chamfered 3" Newel


A "4100 Chamfered 3" Newel" is a specific type of newel post commonly used in stair railings. Let's break down the different components of the term:

  1. "Chamfered": In this context, "chamfered" refers to a design feature of the newel post. A chamfer is a beveled edge or cut made at a 45-degree angle. A chamfered newel post has its edges or corners beveled, creating a slanted or angled appearance. This design element adds visual interest and can give a more modern or contemporary look to the staircase or balustrade.
  2. "3 inch" indicates the width of the newel post. It means that the post has a width of 3 inches, measured across its widest part. This measurement is important for ensuring proper fitting and compatibility with other components of the stair railing system.

4100 Chamfered Contemporary Newel - 3" square. This is a contemporary 3" newel with a chamfered side and beveled top edge. This newel looks great with the 5060-C or 5360-C contemporary wood baluster series. This type of wood newel is also available fluted (see 4100F newel) or plain with a chamfered top edge (see 4100 newel). Available in two sizes - 48" and 58". Available in Red Oak, White Oak, Beech, Poplar, Maple, American Cherry, Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba), Hemlock, Hickory, Mahogany and Walnut.

If you would like a half newel, please specify that in the comments section of your order upon checkout. Additional costs will apply.