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Fluted Bronze Metal Curtain Rod, 120 in.

Item #: 110395
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No detail is too small even when it comes to windows. The Fluted Bronze Metal Curtain Rod spares no details with its fluted decorative ends.

  • Curtain rod extends from 66-120L in.
  • Curtain rod measures 1 in. in diameter
  • Crafted of metal
  • Dark bronze finish
  • Decorative fluted ends
  • Hanging brackets included
  • Brackets extend from 5 in. to 6.5 in. when assembled

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How many brackets for the 120 inch rod?

Does it have a center bracket for heavier drapes?
Asked by: Anonymous
There were three brackets, one of each end and one for center.
Answered by: Noni102508
Date published: 2016-12-24

I purchased this rod (66-120") and need to extend it to 100" but am having great difficulty figuring out how to do so.

2 of the rods are the same size & one is slightly larger. all of the rods have an end that the finials can screw into.
Asked by: Anonymous
You should have a total of 3 rods in your box. One rod is smaller and is the extension piece that goes in the middle; it also has one of the finials attached to it. You need to remove the finial and insert the smaller rod into the two larger rod pieces.
Answered by: Vicki04
Date published: 2017-04-27

What is the diameter of this rod?

Asked by: Anonymous
1"
Answered by: cary0502
Date published: 2016-11-19

Does the 120in measurement include the finial?

Asked by: Anonymous
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