Gould New York has been manufacturing some of the highest quality drapery hardware since 1872. If you're searching for an American made, hand crafted drapery rod, then take a look at their product offerings. Gould NY uses only the finest artisans in the industry to design and sculpt their components. Working out of their New York based fabrication facility, the craftsmen and designers at Gould have been consistently recognized as leaders and innovators in the drapery hardware field for more than a century.
Spend some time browsing the selection of handmade finials and holdbacks and you will see the fine, intricate details that have made Gould NY one of the most sought after brands of decorative drapery hardware. And, all components are hand painted with amazing real wood stains or brilliant paints. Gould is renowned for their unique hand applied paint and stain process that produces a remarkably consistent tone on all of their products regardless of composition.
Gould NY was the very first hardware maker to introduce decorative traversing wood drapery rods. These unique curtain rods combine the look of a smooth or fluted wood pole with the functionality of a cord draw rod. You can see this type of rod in our Decorative Traverse Rods section.
Fashion Avenue is Gould's signature series. This collection features drapery hardware in one and three-eighths, two inch, two and one-quarter inch and three inch sizes. Color selections from deep, rich wood stains to stunning paints like gold are available on all components. Finial styles range from classic, old-world to minimalistic and modern. All pieces from Fashion Avenue are painted by hand just for you after you place your order.
For amazing metallic finishes like gold or silver, the Fine Finishes collection is a great choice. Hand applied gold gilding is featured throughout the product line. Shades of metal from tarnished, rustic and shiny are available to match any home decor.
For smaller scale metal drapery hardware, spend a moment browsing the Ironcraft selection of wrought iron. Or, for a modern treatment, try the one inch Metalware collection.