I need oil rubbed bronze fittings for the supplies/p-trap for a pedestal sink and a supply for a toilet.

The pedestal sink has 3/8" female threads for both of the supplies, which stick out of the wall ~1/2".

Here is what I am thinking I need for the pedestal sink:
Angle Stop Quarter Turn Valves 3/8" IPS x 3/8" OD w/ Cross Handle (Oil Rubbed Bronze)
1/2" IPS Bell Flange
3/8" OD x 20" Lavatory Supply Tubes - Bendable - Not Corrugated

So basically, I think the 3/8" IPS for the angle stop means male threads from what I have read, so I think that should thread right into the female threads on the wall. If they turn out to be female, I can just use a small 3/8" nipple. I plan on putting the bell flange over this connection to hide the fitting. Then the 3/8" supply lines compression fitted up to the sink.

And for the toilet:
6" nipple 1/2"
1/2" IPS Brass Pipe Coupling
Straight Stop Quarter Turn Valves 1/2" comp x 3/8" OD w/ Cross Handle
shallow 1/2" flange to cover opening in floor

The toilet has a 1/2" female connection in the floor. I plan on fitting the nipple into this, connecting the coupling to the top of the nipple, then threading the angle stop on top of this. (I believe if I take the ferrule and compression nut off, I'll have a 1/2" male connection). The just a flexible tube compression fitted up to the toilet. If I could find a oil rubbed bronze 1/2" pipe, I could sweat a 1/2" male connector and buy a sweat straight stop, but the only thing I can find in terms of finished pipe is nipples.

I've been pulling out my hair trying to figure out how to make these connections, and finished plumbing is expensive, so I'm trying not to buy the wrong things. If someone could confirm what I am thinking or recommend alternatives, it would be greatly appreciated!