Wrought Iron Ceiling Intermediate Bracket

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  • This bracket is designed to be used with the pole joiner. The bracket fits into the hole drilled in the bottom of the joiner. 

    Intermediate brackets can also be used with passing rings on bay poles and long spans, allowing you to pull a curtain past the bracket. The bracket fits into a hole drilled into the bottom of the pole. If you need to order a pole with holes drilled, please contact us. Please note that you cannot benefit from passing brackets if you are using eyelet or tab top curtains.

    Ceiling brackets provide an alternative to wall brackets, provided that the ceiling is suitable for fixing and supporting the weight of the pole and the curtains. If you want to use ceiling brackets, we need to know the bracket drop (from the ceiling to the centre of the pole, this is 4cm as standard. The image shows a 20mm bracket with 4cm drop. 

    We offer a choice of fixings: traditional coach screws with standard wall plugs - these are fitted with a spanner; or Gripit® fixings for plasterboard with countersunk screws. Please remember to add a Gripit® 18mm flat drill bit or a spanner from Accessories, if you need these. We also sell a Gripit® undercutting tool, for use where your plasterboard is tight against a lintel or other hard surface.

  • We offer a wide range of brackets and can also make up bespoke brackets. If you need something different, please contact us.
  • This product contains: 1 bracket with either coach screws and standard wall plugs, or Gripit® fixings and countersunk slotted screws.