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  1. Austin Printed Velvet Valance

    Austin Drapes and Valances

    While on a buffalo-hunting expedition, the Vice President of the Republic of Texas visited the area of present-day Austin and proposed that the republic's capital (then located in Houston, Texas) be relocated there. In 1839, Austin was incorporated and named in honor of Stephen F. Austin, the "Father of Texas".

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  2. Laredo Embroidered Star Valance - Tan

    Laredo Embroidered Star Valances - Tan, Chocolate or Turquoise

    Laredo, located on the north bank of the scenic Rio Grande River, is considered the oldest independent settlement in Texas.

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  3. Turquoise Cross Embroidered Valance

    Las Cruces II Drape and Valances

    Las Cruces was founded in 1849 when the U.S. Army laid out the new town on land ceded to the United States by the peace treaty that ended the Mexican-American War. In Spanish, "Las Cruces" means "the crosses", and some attribute the name to crosses marking the graves of early settlers who fell prey to the Apaches. Billy the Kid resided in Las Cruces during some of his short life.

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  4. Chocolate Brown Tooled Faux Leather Valance with Fringe

    Chocolate Brown Tooled Faux Leather Drape and Valance

    It's Rodeo season!

    You don't have to be a cowboy (or cowgirl) to put on your boots and look forward to spending the day in a dusty, rodeo arena "whoopin" and "hollerin", cheering on your favorite horse and rider.

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  5. Del Rio Valance

    Del Rio Drapes and Valance

    Native American Tribes... Adventurous Spanish Explorers... Daring, Independent Texans

    Del Rio offers a perfect blend of culture and ambiance that can only be found deep in the heart of south Texas – an experience that is American, Mexican, and Texan - all in one!

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  6. Caldwell Valance

    Caldwell Drape and Valances

    The days of the Old West are gone, but the style isn't!

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  7. Sierra Drapes with Attached Valance

    Sierra Drapes and Valance

    The intricate design and the rich, luminescent colors of this Sierra Throw Blanket reflect the essence of the starkly beautiful alpine landscape of the rugged and majestic Sierra Mountains. Set your home aglow with its rustic radiance.

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  8. Fairfield Lodge Valance

    Fairfield Lodge Drape and Valance

    Simple, inspiring beauty...lodge living at its best!

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  9. Buffalo Check Bear Appliqué Lined Valance

    Buffalo Check Bear Appliqué Lined Valance

    $32.99

    Buffalo Check... as American as apple pie! Or perhaps not?
    This bold plaid pattern, rich in history, actually ties Scotland to America: in the 1800s, Scotsman Jock McCluskey settled in Montana and began trading his family clan's heavy woven tartan blankets to the Native Americans for buffalo pelts. Like many things that traversed the Atlantic, the tartan received a new moniker and became unmistakably American. Buffalo Check was born!

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  10. Pine Lodge Lined Scallop Valance

    Pine Lodge Valances

    Since ancient times, the evergreen and the pine cone have symbolized life and renewal.

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