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Solid Brass Stairway Carpet Brackets - PAIR (Polished Brass)

List Price: $32.00

Sale Price: 24.00 pair

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These attractive solid brass stairway carpet brackets will not only hold your carpet runners in place but will also add a touch of elegance to your stairway.
  • Fits 1/2in. tube/rail.
  • Measurements are approximate.

Manufacturer: Brassfinders
Manufacturer Location: Taiwan
Color/Finish: brass/polished
Material: solid brass
Style: traditional
Type: stair rod bracket
Warranty: Limited warranty.
Length: 1-3/4" (44mm)
Width: 1/2" (13mm)
Height: 1-3/4" (44mm)
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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead and/or wood dust, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

Brassfinders Restock Policy

Please call or use our Online form to receive an RGA (Return Goods Authorization) number within 30 days of purchase prior to returning merchandise, returns WILL NOT be accepted without one. Twenty-five percent (25%) restocking fee applies to all returns. Defective products will be replaced.

Exception: Tubing is non-returnable as it is specially cut for each order.

If an item is returnable (See restocking list), you must first call or use form below to request a return goods authorization (RGA) prior to returning any items purchased through us.

We will not accept any returns without an RGA. All items must be returned in "Re-Saleable Condition", in original packaging with all parts included. Customer is responsible for shipping charges.

Our restocking policies vary, depending on manufacturer and item.

Click here for our restocking fee schedule. Please call or email us with any other questions you may have on returns.

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