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jcpenney.com | Liz Claiborne® Mercury Glass 1" Adjustable Curtain Rod

Liz Claiborne® Mercury Glass 1" Adjustable Curtain Rod

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Get style and function with our adjustable curtain rod featuring glass finials to complete the look.
 

  • 1" rod diameter
  • brushed nickel finish with mercury glass finials
  • simply shorten or extend the telescoping rod to accommodate the width of your window
  • rod length excludes finials; allow 4.25" clearance for rod
  • stainless steel rod and glass finials
  • imported
  • mounting hardware included
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a very well made product This product was easy to install, and very well made. The hardware that came with it was excellent quality. Finding a 12 foot Rod that doesn't sag its easy. This one works very well.
Date published: 2017-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Liz Claiborne® Mercury Glass 1" Adjustable Curtain Rod Liz Claiborne® Mercury Glass 1" Adjustable Curtain Rod are very nice and light and modern.
Date published: 2017-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Glass Finials Are a Bit Fragile LOVE these curtain rods! Brushed nickel, about an inch wide, with beautiful mercury glass looking oversized finials and elegant brackets. Did I mention how much I love them? Unfortunately, the finials were cracked and I had to order a new set of rods (which hasn't arrived yet) as JCP couldn't replace just the finials. If the new ones come in cracked as well, I love the rods enough that I'll just keep them and buy new finials somewhere.
Date published: 2016-11-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Brackets broke 1st day!! This looks beautiful-love the finials. The brackets are horrible. We did everything right installing them but 2 of them broke the 1st day. The arm that holds the rod was attached in a poor manner. Because we don't want to spend time finding another rod, we will pick up some decent brackets at a home improvement store. Unless you're ready to do the same, Don't buy this!!
Date published: 2016-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It has a nice appearance. I was looking for solid gold curtain rods, amazingly most of the curtains come with a nickle silver finish grommet or a sun like brass grommet. No gold grommets. I ended selecting the silver rod because of the curtains. Need more variety! The rod has a slight gold tone at the end of the decorative knob on the rod and it looked nice.
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very attractive. Very attractive curtain rod in a bedroom setting. I am pleased with my purchase.
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Curtian Rod The Curtain Rod arrived in it's package broken and bent and I took it back to the store for a refund. First time that ever happened and I hope it will be the last because I buy 90% of my products for my home from Penney's.
Date published: 2016-11-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great & modern This curatin rod looks great in my bedroom! Very clean and modern looking!
Date published: 2016-06-01
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are the brackets for this rod open or closed loops?

Liz Claiborne® Mercury Glass 1" Adjustable Curtain Rod
Asked by: lasokeys
They are open, with screws/bolts to tighten to keep them from slipping or rotating. Elegant brackets, simple and substantial. Love these rods, although the glass finials are a bit fragile.
Answered by: wandergurrlee
Date published: 2016-11-18

with 144 in.; more than one support? how to pull from center with bracket in way

Asked by: duke
The 72-144" rods come with 4 supports--1 for each end, and 2 additional for the center. You could probably get away with just one support in the middle if you are hanging light-weight curtains (for example, sheer panels), but if the weight of your curtains means you need both interior support brackets, then you're right: you wouldn't be able to stack all the curtains at both ends and then pull them to the middle. For that, you would probably want to purchase traverse rods so that the support brackets don't interfere. In our bedroom, I just stack the center 2 panels in the center when I don't have them pulled across all the windows (so I have panels at each end, and panels in the middle, and all draw towards each other as though they were covering 2 separate windows).
Answered by: wandergurrlee
Date published: 2017-03-10

Measurements of 72 x 144 curtain rod

I am trying to determine if the 72-144" rod will work in a corner window. One window measures 55 and the other measures 77. My question is what are the lengths of each of the pieces?
Asked by: gail
This rod comes in 3 sections, each close to 6' long, and 4 brackets. For my 6' wide window, I removed the center section so that I had just the outer 2 pieces, then I installed them at 5" outside the window opening. For my 10' wide window, I used all 3 sections. Each section has a female receiver for installing the finials. In your corner window, I think it would work to put 2 brackets over each window, running one rod on the 55" side and the other 2 on the 77" side, finials on the outsides, nothing on the insides (butt them together). Is that what you're thinking?
Answered by: wandergurrlee
Date published: 2016-11-28
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