Frontwire disks as a finishing, safety or even security elements are widespread. Normally they are welded centered on a Single Prong Display Hook frontwire, while on Scan Hooks, they are welded to a downturn in the upper scan arm frontwire. Here a Display Hook is purposely upturned to accept the Disk, where it forms a hardier product stop for these purses. As an aside, the white powdercoat works well with the muted grey or silvertone of the slatwire display. CLICK thumbnail to see assembly details of the “ass end” of a similar disk powdercoated grey. *****
Frontwire disks, finials and their orientation are easy “custom-from-stock” upgrades to your scan, display or specialty hook order. Discuss the possibilities with your fixture manufacturer.
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“Hook Finials Customized from Stock“
“Color-Coded Sports Retailing”
“Outlandish Winter Cap Hookery”
“Disk Finial Offers Anti-Sweep Potential“
“Display Hook Finial is Upturned“
“Finial Disk vs Metal Plate“
“Frontwire Finishing Touch“
“Bar Merchandiser With Finials Plugs In“
“Finial Adds Finishing Touch.”
“Frontwire Finishing Touch for Belts”
“Selling Earmuffs on a Cold Day”
SEARCH “Contrasting Hooks” for other examples of this finish style.