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The Artifactory 80 in. - 160 in. Simplicity Telescoping Metal Drapery Rod Set

The Artifactory

80 in. - 160 in. Simplicity Telescoping Metal Drapery Rod Set

$89.99 /set

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Product Overview

Artifactory Drapery Hardware made for the discerning customer with historically inspired window accessories that compliment Traditional, Transitional or most any decor. This Simplicity design is inspired by the Napoleonic decor in the Palace at Versailles. Comes with complete installation instructions.

  • All metal components including two finials, six brackets, and two adjustable, telescoping rods that reach 160 in. when combined; metal rings are sold separately
  • Matte black finish
  • Metal rods are 1in. in diameter and are combined to extend from 80 in. to 160 in.
  • Return on brackets (the distance from the wall to the center of the rod) measures 3 in.
  • Can be used with rod pocket draperies, tab-top draperies, grommets or metal rings
  • Comes with complete installation instructions




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80 in. - 160 in. Simplicity Telescoping Metal Drapery Rod Set is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product looks like cast iron and meets specifications I was amazed when I received the drapery rod set because it looks like cast iron. This makes it nice aesthetically. I knew it was metal, but didn't think it would look this good. I bought it because of the length i needed. It was a little hard lining up the brackets just right, and recommend using a level and measuring tape. No eyeballing! The function and form of this product went above and beyond my expectations. Plus, the specifications were met as described. I would purchase this rod set again.
Date published: 2013-06-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Looks good but a bit of a stabilization problem Being that the rod is so long, I think an extra rubberized rod insert should be included. I had to take one out of one of my shorter rods, because I figured there would be less of a stabilizing problem if it didn't have one.
Date published: 2013-10-15
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