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jcpenney.com | Royal Velvet® 1¼" Adjustable Curtain Rod with Ball Finials

Royal Velvet® 1¼" Adjustable Curtain Rod with Ball Finials

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Curtain rod with ball finials add an elegant look to your draperies.

 
  • 1¼" diameter metal rod with plated finish
  • add 4" to each end for finials
  • allow 4⅞" clearance for rod

Brackets and mounting hardware included. Holdback and clip rings sold separately. Imported.

Rated 1 out of 5 by from Theres a clue in the name. 'Decorative rod'. If you want to open and close these drapes, don't buy telescopic rods. There's a clue in the name. 'Decorative rod'. If you want to open and close your drapes, don't buy any telescoping rods. You can't get drapes/drapery rings over the join. Curtain rings (sold separately) also look really nice but functionality is extremely poor. If you open and close your drapes, the sprung clip that grips your drapes can not hold fabric weight. Lightweight silk/sheers for show only, might be ok, but who has those for New England winters! Very poorly designed. obviously not tested over any period of time. Very disappointing. I have installed 40' of these rods in my bedroom and I wish I had taken them back for a refund. I get frustrated looking at these every day where the drapes continually come out of the clips. One window is 11' high and my husband and I get extremely frustrated having to get our very heavy ladder from the garage to our bedroom every few weeks to re-clip the drapes. My bedroom looks completely shabby now because of the drapes!!
Date published: 2016-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice heavy rods Was shocked at the price, even on sale I thought they were pricey. But when I saw how heavy and well made the rods were I didn't mind the price. The dark bronze color matches my porch décor. I was fortunate to find rods that extended to 120 inches.
Date published: 2016-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect, just what I needed Perfect, just what I needed. and very reasonable. They seem of good quality. Ordered on line and the shipping was free.
Date published: 2016-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well made and looks good Purchasing was easy, delivery was quick and the product was exactly what I expected.
Date published: 2016-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very satisfied Would recommend this product to anyone looking to refresh window coverings.
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It works fine Holds drapes nicely and looks good . Put it together was easy .
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from strong durable this product is worth every penny. Looks just like photo.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Rod Most rods this length are pretty expensive, so I expected something to be wrong with this one since it was on sale at a relatively low price. But there is nothing wrong with the rod; it is gorgeous and I put it up all by myself in about 15 minutes. Highly recommend this purchase.
Date published: 2014-08-27
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I am trying to decide if I should buy 3 or 4 panels and I want to decide based on the number of brackets I will need to use.
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I would go with 4 brackets so that you can have a panel between each bracket - remember that you can not pass the bracket with the drape. This would mean three panels. 2 end brackets and two equally spaced apart between the outer brackets. If you are more comfortable with 4 panels - space the two middle brackets further apart and put two panels in the middle to spread from the center towards the outer brackets. Ive included a photo as a visual.(look at the front sliders....not the background one!)
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I used 4 which is what the directions suggest that come with the Royal Velvet rod.
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Please take a look at our Windows 101 guide to help you create the look you'd like to create. Please see link below.

http://www.jcpenney.com/jsp/browse/marketing/promotion.jsp?&pageId=pg40030700011
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I need the rod to be able to project out at least 3 1/2 inches to go beyond my blinds.
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From the wall to the middle of the rod when placed in the bracket is just slightly over 4"
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At least 4". You should be fine. It's a very nice rod!
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The rod is 3.5" from the wall. It is sturdy and very good looking. (pewter finish)
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Yes, these rods can be used for blackout curtains.
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I would like the drapes to open all the way, my window panels fold in an acordian style. I'm liking the Grommet top curtain panel.
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No we do not have rods with those specific measurements. The biggest we have is 160-240.
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I purchased two 80-120 inch rods. They both came with two end pieces (with the finial screwed in at one end) The center piece does not fit into both end rods. Why?
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The plastic piece ring at the end of the rod must be removed.
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