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Brass acorn nuts completely cover the end of a bolt or screw. Acorn nuts are typically used for decorative finish work. Acorn nuts are also known as cap nuts, hex cap nuts, domed cap nuts and crown nuts.

Reviews for Brass Acorn (Cap) Nuts

5 of 5 Reviews

May 7, 2011

Not very "decorative"
By John from Stevenson, MD

I use these for decorative caps in the construction of wood-gear clocks. The previous reviewer is correct in saying that these are not well finished and not "decorative" [...]. They are, however, solid brass, so I spin them on a threaded rod in the drill press and polish them with fine abrasive paper and Nevr-Dull, after which they look fine.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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April 8, 2011

Not very "decorative"
By John from Stevenson, MD

These acorn nuts are perfectly functional, but for a part with a decorative purpose, they are lacking. I had to spin them in a drill press and polish them with grades of sandpaper and Never-Dull to make them presentable on a wooden clock frame.


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January 28, 2011

Very satisfied.
By Dave from Lafayette, CA

I will definitely use Jamestown as a source of my supplies.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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August 31, 2010

Don't trust the photo
By cmoore from Spokane, Washington

The example photo shows a nice crown on the acorn nut. However, the actual crown looks like they have all been flattened with a hammer. I was looking more for an aesthetic look rather than an industrial look. Will not order these again unless I can get what the photo actually looks like.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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May 12, 2010

Great Quality
By Leif from Plainfield, Illinois

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Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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