Custom Hardware — Made in the USA

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If you can imagine it…
We can cut it, weld it, bend it, grind it and drill it.

Since 1880, John Wright Company has been delivering built-to-last cast-iron hardware products to shutter manufacturers, hardware retailers, trade professionals and homeowners across the globe. While the traditional art of cast-iron, period specific shutter hardware has been and will remain the lifeblood of our business, we now offer a custom, low-volume hardware solution for your specific needs.

Our customers have spoken and we have delivered.

With over 135 years of experience in creating heirloom-quality hardware products, we have the experience and expertise to make custom pieces to solve your unique aesthetic or functional needs. Whether it’s a pineapple shutter dog, a heavy-duty stainless-steel gate hinge, or an extended New York Style hinge, we can make it a reality with no minimum order quantity and fast turn-around times.

Get started with your custom hardware request:

Or, call us at 800.444.9364 with questions.

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Custom Hardware FAQs

What is the lead time from design submission to delivery?

The approximate lead time is 3 weeks from the time the order is submitted and the deposit is paid. Once we receive your submitted drawings, we can provide you a better idea of lead time.

What materials are used to produce our custom products?

Predominantly Steel and Stainless Steel. We also have bronze or aluminum available. Cast iron and forging require different processes, and therefore not available in custom orders at low volume.

What is the process used to create the custom products?

Our custom products are CNC plasma cut, and then hand bent, welded, and machined as needed.

What finishes & colors are available?

We offer a powder coated in many colors., or a raw finish.

Is there a minimum/maximum thickness?

Nearly all work will be 1/8″ to 1/4″ thickness.

What is the process for requesting custom hardware?

Please e-mail the following information along with your drawings to:
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