Classic centre bracket for 50mm dia. curtain pole

B-CLC-50-SS

Bracket Colour
Brushed Steel
Brushed Bronze

***Please note this bracket is not to be used as a connector bracket to join two poles, and is only suitable for light to midweight curtains***

A timeless and simple wall bracket to use on our 50mm diameter curtain poles as a centre support. This discreet bracket provides extra central support for curtain poles in one piece.

Available in brushed steel or brushed bronze this bracket is designed for our 50mm stained wood, lacquered wood (matt or gloss) and wrapped and tracked poles.

*Please note this bracket does not work with acrylic or metal curtain poles that are supplied in 2 pieces (300cm or longer).*

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 classic center bracket for 50mm dia. curtain pole    

Shipping:

The shipping cost will be calculated at in the checkout after entering your shipping address.

Items are usually despatched within 7 working days*, with delivery Monday to Friday, 7.30am - 6pm.

Once your item has been despatched, we’ll send you an email with delivery information.

Please note for deliveries to Russia, or countries outside of Europe, you will need to contact us to arrange your delivery.

If you have any special delivery requests please write them in the notes box found in the shopping cart before placing your order, or contact us.

*Bespoke items may have a longer lead time. This should be specified in the product description.  

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Measuring Guide

What curtain pole length do I need?

Walcot House measuring guide for curtain poles

Measure the width of your window (cm)

Add a minimum of 15cm either side, preferably more, but for full curtains or wide windows allow at least 25cm if you have the room, excluding the length of the finials (decorative pole ends).

Choose a stock pole length. If you want it cut to a bespoke length, fill out the "cut pole to size" notes box, and we will do this at no extra charge. 
    Helpful tip: Ensure there is room for your finials beyond the ends of your pole.
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