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  • Beautiful Valance
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    Beautiful valance. Pictures does not do it justice.

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    Pam P. March 28, 2016
  • Beautiful
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    They are hanging in my dining room. They are just gorgeous.

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    emerald3507 February 2, 2013
  • Excellent quality for the price
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    I purchased both the curtains and valance together and found both to be of excellent quality. I would venture to say that one would not be able to find window treatments of this quality and material for this price anywhere else. My only suggestion is to either steam or iron the product before you hang it; time will not take the wrinkles out.

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    emmalene January 18, 2012
  • Positive Review
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    I received the valances in a timely manner. Unfortunately one of the valances was not finished at the top for the curtain rod. Fortunately my Mother is a seamstress and was able to finish it off perfectly. Overall these are beautiful and I am pleased.

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    sonikay47 October 25, 2011
  • Elegant looking!
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    The fabric is so rich looking! I had to order 2 additional panels. Although the valance is very large (86") compared to other panels, a whole new richness is achieved if you use 3 times the window width rather than 2. They hang beautifully and look very expensive.

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    cmac1001 July 14, 2011
  • silk valence
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    The colors are rich and the lined silk material is very fine. The valences are perfect for my use and exactly as I expected from the picture and description. Of the 6 pieces ordered (and received) 4 were perfectly matched by stripe; 2 would match only if the curtain were hung upside down. With the rod pocket sewn at the top, of course, that is impossible. The "upside down" curtains are separated from the others, and it's not noticeable, but it could be a problem for some.

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    codie June 1, 2008
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