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One legendary Liberace artifact rescue was a large stained glass window, being destroyed with the renovation of a train station.  He saved the framed glass, and repurposed it into his homes.  It is now exhibited with the Liberace Museum Collection.  These curtains are a copyrighted, Paulina Biggs Sparkuhl pattern print made from a Liberace Foundation photo of the famed window. 
The curtains are light-shielding, UV-resistant and provide privacy.
  • Made of Polyester
  • Fabric weight: 265g/m²
  • Shading
  • The width includes two pieces curtain's. In 140x160cm(55.1"x63"), 140 is the width and 160 is the height
  • Hooks and rings will be sent with the curtain
  • Single-side printing.
  • Care Instruction: machine wash cold with similar colors, do not bleach, tumble dry low, do not iron, do not dry clean.
  • This product is made on demand, with no minimum order quantity.
  • Multiple shipping methods available, and fees vary depending on the location and the shipping method selected.
  • Please Notice: a variety of factors may cause slight differences between the actual product and the mock-up, including but not limited to colors and precision of elements position.


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