These won't fit a 1 3/8" wooden rod..would they? Thank you for helping with my question.
Simply Elegant and Finishing Touch Decorative Curtain Rod Rings
These elegant curtain rod rings features a metal material in many color options such as black, antique gold, pewter,and antique brown. The ring sets are designed to fit most curtain rod poles and will help with finishing touches to any window.
ITEM#: 13110789Add a unique touch to your home decor with this curtain rod ring set from Simply Elegant. This ring set is designed to fit 5/8-inch poles.
- Set includes: 10 curtain rings
- Dimensions: Fits 5/8-inch poles
- Diameter: 1-inch interior diameter
- Color options: Black, antique gold, pewter, antique brown
- Materials: Metal
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Not what I expected. The dimensions weren't clear in the description, and when they arrived, they were too small. Turns out, too, you can by them at just about any standard store for the same price.Read More
I did not measure the diameter of my curtain rod and when these arrived, they were too small to slip over. Reported to overstock that I needed to return them and received the return paperwork immediately. The rings were exactly as described and a perfect match for my pewter rod. Will order the next size up and have learned to measure everything first.Read More
The hooks are small and will not fit on the rod I had purchased. You need more than one package to hang a pair of curtains. But in all fairness I should have checked my curtain and measured the rod. Most of my disappointment is my own fault.Read More
Rings were smaller than I needed but good quality and value.Read More
The clips were the right color and size for the job. Just a bit hard to open and attach to drapery...other than that, they worked just fine. Wish O.com would review "details" more closely...package count is important as is length, width, height etc. in determining whether the product will work for you or not. Recently read three customer reviews on a particular floor lamp and chose NOT to purchase it because of the difficulty in assembling....comments are really telling and have quite an impact on to buy or not to buy!Read More
Have been looking for this type of curtain rod ring to use in a couple bedrooms where we've removed closet doors - want to make curtains out of sheets instead of replacing the closet doors. These rod rings are perfect. The grip is super strong, love the finished metal color and OS was quick to fill/ship the order. Definitely recommend.Read More
I ordered 4 packages and 3 of the 4 were perfect, the 1 package had 4 broken clips. I was shocked at this, as with all I have purchased from Overstock this is the first time I had anything come in less than pristine condition. I expected "good" customer service but was shocked beyond belief when I called Customer Service. First off, my wait time was less than 2 minutes likely less than 1 minute--and that annoying music was quiet. I am unsure of the representative's name, I think it was Angela if I am wrong,I regret that deeply, as she was wonderful! So attentive and she found my order within seconds--none of that requesting my name and phone number 3 or 4 times, she had it first time--to say that impressed me is putting it mild. I explained I did not want to return the item only get the replacement part and she said fine. She had to put me on hold for less than a minute while she contacted the warehouse and said they would send 4 of the new item and Il was set to go--she told me that I would receive a follow-up email daily on the status of the replacement parts and they have been true to their word. Not sure if it is Angela or ALL of Overstock.com customer service representatives, but this girl was / is absolutely incredible--thank you Angela!Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello ezioa, this pole only has a 1 inch interior diameter and fits 5/8 inch poles, so it would not fit a pole that measures 1 3/8 inches. Thank you for shopping with us!
If I use these rings on the Bay Window 5/8-inch Adjustable Rod Set will they slide the entire length of the rods or would I have to have separate curtains between each mounting bracket?
As long as the rod is all connected together this will slide the entire rod.
Will this ring fit on a 3/4" rod
Yes, it will.
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