We've been renovating our Stoke Newington Victorian terraced house and no longer need the Silent Gliss 3000 series medium-duty curtain track that was custom-made for our front bay window. These include the brackets and fixings to mount the track onto either the wall, window frame or ceiling. Also included are a pair of very heavy yellow blackout/insulated interlined pinch-pleat curtains, which did a great job of keeping the room warm and keeping out the streetlighting at night. The colour is a very lovely, warm golden shade, the material is a heavy herringbone corduroy-type cotton. If you have a bay window that has windows around 2m tall with approximate bay dimensions (I am assuming that the bay has angles of around 135°) of 1m for the middle section and around 1.3m for each of the two side sections (ie of the bay, not just the window), then this set-up might work for you. Our bay is around 2.5m across at its widest point. The curtains did not fall to floor level, as we had a radiator in the bay, so these only fell as far as the window ledge. The actual curtain dimensions are at least 2.1m drop (don't have the curtains to hand (they're in storage) - I believe that they're actually 2.2m long - can't remember exactly!) and each is definitely 1.6m across when pulled across the windows at the top (3.2m long at the bottom where not pleated), giving 3.2m of horizontal coverage for the pair Note that the track is white and is only 3-sided, to fit into the bay. It breaks into two pieces for transport. I don't have any pics of it in situ on its own - you can check the Silent Gliss website for all the info regarding specs for the 3800 track. The curtains already have the necessary curtain hooks installed to fit straight in to the track eyelets. These can be adjusted up or down on the curtain tape behind the pleats to allow some height adjustments for the curtain on the track. As it stands, the pleats rise around 30mm above the hooks/eyes, just enough to cover the track. The curtains have been professionally dry-cleaned recently (ie since being taken down). Apologies for the terrible photos. If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to ask. Note that this is pick-up only from North London.