25mm Chapel Extended Centre Bracket in Beeswax

Item No. 6081BW
8.5W x 5.9H x 16.3D (cm)
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Our new 25mm Chapel Extended Centre Brackets are the perfect companion for your forged iron curtain poles ensuring they will look fabulous for years to come in whichever room they are fitted.  Designed to fit windows with a protruding frame, or where a longer reach is required for your pole, these brackets are double the depth of our Standard Chapel Brackets and incorporate a decorative thumbscrew to help secure the pole, and chamfered edges for an elegant finish.

These brackets fit at the centre of a 25mm forged iron curtain pole to provide additional support and feature a decorative support arm for extra strength. All Jim Lawrence products are made using traditional metalworking techniques that have been passed down through the generations and are designed and finished to the highest standards at our Suffolk workshops. Browse our stunning collection of brass and iron curtain pole accessories, including centre and recessed brackets, rings and a wide range of finials to personalise your look.

Product Information


Made from:  steel
Suitability: for use with our 25mm classic poles
Extended Bracket Dimensions: 5.9H x 8.5W x 16.3D (cm)


You may need to use an extended bracket if you need your curtains to hang in front of protrusions such as an architrave, deep window sill or large radiator.

Our extended brackets come in two styles, our Standard Chapel and Centre Chapel Extended Brackets and our Extended Sleeve Brackets that can also be used for a ceiling fitted pole.

Curtain Pole Fitting Guide >




Finish


Beeswax: A traditional metalworking technique used since Tudor times. The metal is heated until it darkens and then dipped in natural beeswax which gives it a lovely soft black wrought iron effect that looks fabulous in any traditional or contemporary interior. As beeswax is a natural finish that reacts with the underlying metal during the forging process, it often has a subtle, slightly mottled patina with undertones of deep grey or ochre. It is not waterproof, so will need to be re-waxed occasionally.

We do not recommend the beeswax finish for use in a humid environment, as it is harder to maintain and may rust. We feel that Matt Black is the preferable option.
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Description
Our new 25mm Chapel Extended Centre Brackets are the perfect companion for your forged iron curtain poles ensuring they will look fabulous for years to come in whichever room they are fitted.  Designed to fit windows with a protruding frame, or where a longer reach is required for your pole, these brackets are double the depth of our Standard Chapel Brackets and incorporate a decorative thumbscrew to help secure the pole, and chamfered edges for an elegant finish.

These brackets fit at the centre of a 25mm forged iron curtain pole to provide additional support and feature a decorative support arm for extra strength. All Jim Lawrence products are made using traditional metalworking techniques that have been passed down through the generations and are designed and finished to the highest standards at our Suffolk workshops. Browse our stunning collection of brass and iron curtain pole accessories, including centre and recessed brackets, rings and a wide range of finials to personalise your look.

Product Information


Made from:  steel
Suitability: for use with our 25mm classic poles
Extended Bracket Dimensions: 5.9H x 8.5W x 16.3D (cm)


You may need to use an extended bracket if you need your curtains to hang in front of protrusions such as an architrave, deep window sill or large radiator.

Our extended brackets come in two styles, our Standard Chapel and Centre Chapel Extended Brackets and our Extended Sleeve Brackets that can also be used for a ceiling fitted pole.

Curtain Pole Fitting Guide >




Finish


Beeswax: A traditional metalworking technique used since Tudor times. The metal is heated until it darkens and then dipped in natural beeswax which gives it a lovely soft black wrought iron effect that looks fabulous in any traditional or contemporary interior. As beeswax is a natural finish that reacts with the underlying metal during the forging process, it often has a subtle, slightly mottled patina with undertones of deep grey or ochre. It is not waterproof, so will need to be re-waxed occasionally.

We do not recommend the beeswax finish for use in a humid environment, as it is harder to maintain and may rust. We feel that Matt Black is the preferable option.
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