Cup Casters for Tapered Legs

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  • Let us be clear about this: Our casters are true period reproductions. They will not work well on office chairs. Period casters are primarily used for three reasons: to raise the height of a chair or table top; to replace missing casters, or for the their decorative beauty. While they are strong-steel pins and flanges with cast brass cups-they will not roll easily on carpet and they can mark wood floors. Two centuries ago casters made it easier to move a piece of furniture for cleaning, and they still do-but you cannot roll around on them all day long.
  • All hardware includes all fasteners needed for installation. You can order extra fasteners if required.
  • Hardware is available in several different finishes. 70% of our products are ordered in the antique finish.

Casters are available in antique, semi-bright, bright, satin nickel, polished nickel and dark antique. The photo shows the antique brass finish. Cup casters are used on antique and reproduction tables, chairs and sofas.

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Measuring can be challenging, and when fitted to existing legs, shimming or shaving is sometimes necessary to obtain the best fit. We have tried to provide as much information as possible; be sure to factor in the height of the cup when measuring the leg as shown in the diagram. Measurements shown on the picture are the leg width at height for each size. Feel free to contact us with questions about casters, we will be happy to walk you through the process.

Please order by leg width.

H-74 square cup casters 
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Antique (A)Semi-Bright (SB)Bright (B)Satin Nickel (SN)Polished Nickel (PN)Light Antique (LA)Dark Antique (DA)
$35.00
3/4" leg width at 5/8" cup height, 3/4" wheel diameter
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$35.50
7/8" leg width at 3/4" cup height, 3/4" wheel diameter
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$39.00
1" leg width at 7/8" cup height, 1" wheel diameter
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$41.00
1-1/8" leg width at 1" cup height, 1-1/8" wheel diameter
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$44.50
1-1/4" leg width at 1-1/4" cup height, 1-1/8" wheel diameter
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HG-75 round cup casters 
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Antique (A)Semi-Bright (SB)Bright (B)Satin Nickel (SN)Polished Nickel (PN)Light Antique (LA)Dark Antique (DA)
$34.00
3/4" leg diameter at 5/8" cup height, 13/16" wheel diameter
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$36.00
7/8" leg diameter at 3/4" cup height, 13/16" wheel diameter
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$38.00
1" leg diameter at 3/4" cup height, 1" wheel diameter
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$40.00
1-1/8" leg diameter at 7/8" cup height, 1-1/8" wheel diameter
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$55.00
1-1/4" leg diameter at 1" cup height, 1-1/8" wheel diameter
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