The impressive Regency period hardware design of the Gillow curtain tieback dates back to the early 1800’s and can be used to hold back drawer curtains or hang tassel tiebacks from.
Examples of this design can be found in some of the most significant houses of the Regency period. The bill of 1816 for its supply by Gillow is still preserved at Broughton Hall. At Attingham Park it is mounted with a fabric covered shaped panel to the rear, which adds richness and protects the foredge of the curtains.
The Gillow forms part of the Historic Range by Edward Bulmer and has been used in a number of Edward’s historical interiors projects.
Cast using the traditional lost-wax method and coloured using hand applied antiquing and colouring.
Pictured here in Antique Brass and available in any of our standard metal finishes or sample matched if required.
DimensionsLength: 170mm/6 ¾”
Width: 140mm/5 ½”
Projection: 145mm/5 ¾”