Royal Corinthian -Round Fluted Columns

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Royal Corinthian manufactures round fluted columns from 3 composite materials: RoyalCast™ Fiberglass, RoyalStone™ Synthetic Stone, and RoyaLite™ FRP Fiberglass.


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Royal Corinthian
603 Fenton Ln
West Chicago, IL 60185
Tel: (888) 265-8661
Fax: (630) 876-3098

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https://royalcorinthian.com/

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Round Fluted Columns

Royal Corinthian manufactures round fluted columns from 3 composite materials: RoyalCast™ Fiberglass, RoyalStone™ Synthetic Stone, and RoyaLite™ FRP Fiberglass. We only use composite materials because we believe in emulating the architecture of the Greeks and Romans but with materials that will last for generations. In addition, we also offer RoyalCrete™ glass fiber reinforce concrete or GFRC columns for those that desire a segmented cast stone look. If you know which material is most suitable for you, the charts below offer sizes and other pertinent information. If you want to learn more about each material, please visit our columns section for more information or call us for a quick run through.

Our fluted columns, which have tapered shafts, are available up to 36” in diameter and various heights. If you are needing non-tapered columns with flutes, we are able to provide those as well (please call or email for more information). The majority of our fluted columns come with a capital support ring (E) which holds the Tuscan Cap in place. Some stock sized columns do not have the support ring as indicated in the chart below. Most manufacturers don’t offer a capital support ring on any of their columns but we figured why not help you with the installation of our heavier capitals by providing a ledge for those caps to sit on. When decorative capitals are used, the column shaft gets cut down to the astragal or neck ring, which eliminates the support ring altogether. It is architecturally correct for the decorative capital to sit on the astragal. Not all of the information in the charts below pertains to all of the materials that we offer so please read the notes associated with each chart. For specs on GFRC columns or specs that aren’t found here, please contact us. Additional information can also be found on our CAD drawings.


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