Gardens of Giverny Silk Drapery PAIR

Gardens of Giverny Silk Drapery PAIR

Item# DES-givernysilkdrpair
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These fabrics and hardware are still available. Contact us to order any of these draperies offline. Modifications can be made.

Choose any of the four beautiful teal green silks from the Gardens of Giverny Collection for your drapery pair. European decorative pole hardware is optional.

Each panel is interlined (with cotton flannel) and lined. Workmanship meets the highest professional standards. Patterns are cut to match from panel to panel. All seams are reinforced, and fabric edges are finished with overlocking seams. Hems are rolled double and blind-stitched. Draperies ship in a box specially proportioned to maintain the fan folding of the pleats so that they arrive ready to hang with little or no ironing needed.

Drapery panels are intended to be stationary. Standard fullness panels will be pleated to approximately 22" including 3.5" return to the wall. Deluxe fullness draperies will be pleated to approximately 24" including the return to the wall.

Tops are pleated with two prongs as shown. Other pleat types are available upon request. Please mention in the comment blank or email us for any changes you would like to make.

Drapery pole is 1 3/8" solid wood with solid wood brackets and rings. Finials are moulded wood resin to create intricate detail. The hardware is expertly finished in the United States using layers of subtle patinas to create beautiful, glowing finishes. Each of the six finial styles are available in any of the finishes. Please select style and finish separately above. Brackets and components match . Wood rings are approximately 5/16" thick. Metal rings are thinner.

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This drapery pair and hardware are made to order in the United States according to high designer standards. Lead time varies according to the season of the year, number of orders in the work cue, materials availability, and difficulty of the work.
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