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Board Mounted Swags

Each swag will cover up to 60" of width and consists of 2 deer skins. The only difference between the rod mount and board mounted swag is that with the board mount there is no top drop. The bottom drop can be from 18" to 30". The jabots, which are the side panels, will average up to 30" in length with one skin and 60" with two and so forth. All finished measurements will vary slightly due to the difference in each individual skin.

The differences between the rod mount and board mount swags are:

A. There is a return on a board mounted swag where there is none on a rod mount.
This is important if you have a doorway on the same wall as your rod mounted swag, as you can see behind it. We use beautiful brackets so this may not be a problem, but it is something to consider. The board mount has 4” returns unless other wise specified.

B. You don’t have the cost of the rod, mounts and finials with the board mount.
To figure how many swags you will need, take your window width and divide it by 60 and round up and multiply by the price of the skin, $160. If you have an 80” window you will divide 80” by 60” and get 1.3, so you will need two swags which consist of 4 skins. Each skin is $160, so 4 x 160 = $640.

Then you will need to figure your jabots. If your window length is 80” and you don’t want the jabots to go to the bottom, 1/3 or 2/3 of the window length is a customary measure. So, for an 80” long window you might want 53” jabots which is 2/3rds of the window length. This is only a suggestion; there may be other factors that determine how long your jabot lengths are, such as a piece of furniture in front of the window or something like that. If you did use the 53” length you would need to have two skins for each one. So multiply 4 x $160 = $640 and now add your swags to your jabots and you will get, $640 + $640 = $1280. This is the total price if you don’t add fringe, nail heads, tassels, etc. These things are extra. (Please check the pricing page for these)

* You can use Farm Deer to achieve a wider swag. For Farm Deer, use the same formula below but divide your width by 90”. For your length, you divide by 50”. The price for each Farm Deer skin is $210.

Window Width _______-60" = ________(round up) x $160 = ________skins

Window length _______-3 = _______ x 2 = FL. ________-30" = ________(round
up) x $160 = ________skins per jabot.
(you might have a long jabot on one side and a short on the other.)

* Now add the swags and jabots and get your total. On top of this add any additional decoration.

115 W. 2nd
Shamrock, Texas 79079


!!! Please Note that our leather is 100% deer skin. It will fade if subjected to sunlight. All hides have holes and imperfections. This is a natural occurrance with wild animals. The holes are bullet holes. We avoid holes where ever we can and we patch the ones we cannot. Farm deer has no holes, but it cost more and comes in only a few colors unless you have it custom dyed which also cost more. If you are interested in custom dyed farm deer please call for a quote. There are no returns on custom orders! No exception. If we make a mistake we will correct it but not return it. Designers must inform their clients of this disclaimer! We will under no exceptions accept returns for holes or imperfections from your client because you did not inform them of these facts! Also, all wholesale orders must have an approved invoice before we start.