Cameron Fuller 32mm Extra Long Metal Curtain Pole Only, 300cm long (one piece)
Regular price £70.00
A single length of metal curtain pole 300cm in length, 32mm in diameter. Ideal for spanning a wide window without the need for a central pole support, allowing one curtain to draw the length of the pole.
Combine 2 x 300cm lengths of pole and coordinating brackets, rings and finials to create a curtain pole up to 600cm long, suitable for a pair of curtains.
This listing is for a pole length only. Coordinating 32mm Cameron Fuller metal brackets, rings and finials can be found in our Curtain Pole Parts section.
Available in 12 finishes. Can be cut down to size using a hacksaw (finials conceal sawn pole ends).
To create a 600cm long complete curtain pole you will require the following components:
- 2 x Cameron Fuller 32mm Extra Long Metal Curtain Pole - 300cm long
- 2 x Cameron Fuller 32mm Metal Standard End Bracket
- 1 x Cameron Fuller 32mm Metal Standard Centre Bracket
- Cameron Fuller 32mm Metal Curtain Rings ( 1 for every 10cm of pole ie. 60 rings for a 600cm pole)
- 2 x Cameron Fuller 32mm Pole Finial (decorative pole ends)
- 1 x joining dowel
Delivery cost for a 300cm curtain pole = £15 (UK Mainland 3-5 working days, see our Delivery & Returns page for more information)
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We bought this pole as the span required for our living room window & French doors was at the limit of a lot of telescopic curtain poles which would go wonky when extended fully. This solved the problem and looks perfect as a continuous pole. I could not recommend it enough. Unfortunately the chrome finish isn't a chrome plating, but rather what looks like a powder coat of paint. It looks like a good coat of paint though and doesn't cause much issue with drawing the curtains, however drawing the curtains isn't as smooth as it would be if it was a chrome plating.
Very happy overall. Very slight defect in the finish on the pole and one of the finials but this could be easily placed to the back so it was out of sight. Particularly like the fact that this pole can be used without a central bracket.