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Narrow Picture Rail Hook Zinc/Silver

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About the Narrow Picture Rail Hook in Zinc/Silver

  • A zinc-plated/ silver finish narrow rail hook for Ogee molding, a.k.a. picture rail systems. Supports up to 25 lbs.
  • Picture rail hooks are used with Ogee molding or picture rail molding, and nylon or steel cable and picture hooks. 
  • Pack includes 10 Silver Narrow Rail Hooks. Each  hook hangermeasures 1 3/4" long, 3/16" wide, and 1/8 inch thick.
  • The design is made to sit perfectly onto the curves of an Ogee molding and holds the whole system together to create a museum-like photo or art display.
  • With a picture rail system, drilling holes in the wall is not necessary.



  1. Two picture rail hooks per frame should be used.
  2. A second person to assist with hanging is  helpful.
  3. Check the fit of your picture rail hooks. You can bend the hooks slightly if necessary to make them fit better.
  4. Strap Hangers or D-Ring Hangers should be installed at the upper corners of frames to be hung, aligned vertically just below the top edge. If the frame is hung from above, the hangers should be placed just far enough away from the top edge to be invisible.
  5. Using picture wire, extend the length of the picture wire from the bottom (smaller) bends of the two picture rail hooks, to the top of the frame on the wall. Wrap the wire tightly around itself to form a tight, compact coil about 1 to 1 1/2" long just below the bend of the picture rail hook; and then clip off any excess wire.
  6. Position the top (larger) bend of the picture rail hooks on the picture rail molding, approximately equal to the width of the frame to be hung. Allow the wire ends to dangle.
  7. Attach the wire from the picture rail hook to thepicture hanger on the right side of the frame and raise it to about the height you want. Hold the left side of the frame with your left hand or, better yet, have someone assist you.
  8. Temporarily loop the picture wire around itself at the picture hanger to hold the right-hand side of the frame in position.
  9. Repeat Steps 7 and 8 on the left-hand side.
  10. Make any necessary adjustments to the position or spacing of the hooks on the picture rail molding. The two wires should be parallel.
  11. If necessary, unloop the wires at thepicture hangers and adjust the wire height up or down until the picture is at the correct height. The picture should be level.
  12. Be sure to coil the picture wiretightly around each picture hanger. Clip off any excess wire.
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    Janie W.
    United States United States

    Speedy delivery, quality product

    Prompt shipment/delivery notifications and a quality product. We love using these in our 1915 home's picture rails. Just wish it was still available on Amazon instead of just the brass ones.


    Picture Hang Solutions

    Hi Janie, Thank you so much for contacting us. We are so happy that you enjoyed our product and that it arrived to you quickly. It's great to hear that the picture rail works great with your pre-war home. 1915 homes were just furnished with charm. If you have any questions and concerns, please feel free to contact us. We are happy to assist. Sincerely, Picture Hang Solutions