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Kirsch Wrought Iron Bypass C-Ring

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$32.59
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Size 2 1/8" Outside Diameter, 1 5/8" Inside Diameter
Sold As 7 rings and clips per package
Designed For 1 Inch Diameter Poles
Availability: Usually Ships From Our Warehouse in 4 to 5 Business Days
$32.59
Description
The Kirsch Wrought Iron C-Ring is designed to "pass-over" the Kirsch Wrought Iron Center Bypass Bracket. The advantage of using the C-Ring and Center Bypass Bracket is that this combination of products allows you to place a bracket in a position you otherwise would be unable to. Please call us with any questions regarding the C-Ring or Center Bypass Bracket at 1-800-251-5009.

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Customer Questions
How many rings do I need?

The number of rings you use on a given drapery rod depends on the style of the drapery panel. Pinch-pleated draperies need a ring for each pleat, plus one for the leading edge, and, if desired, one for each outside edge. Flat-panel draperies can have...

How do the C-rings and bypass brackets work?

The metal collections have options for wide windows that still need center supports. These are bypass brackets, which have a lower profile than a standard bracket, so that C-rings, which do not completely encircle the rod, can pass over them. These brackets...

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