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Offered are retro fine quality BATES curtains made out of a spread. This offering is for one pair. These drapes are a vintage collector's item from the 1940's or 1950's.

While this set has no tag, I am a collector of Bates blankets and recognize them as Bates. Bates blankets are 100% cotton and made in the USA. These are woven in design with turquoise, flamingo pink, patio pink, black, and white with Bates' famous antique white background.

Gently used, no holes. Minimal staining. The one stain that is apparent is pictured in the last photo and is only about 1/4" across and not very apparent unless you're looking closely.

Freshly laundered - soft, strong, and durable. Easy care, just wash and dry on low setting!

Measurements are:
49 1/2" long.
24" across the top.
35" across the bottom with an ample 5" seam that could be let out if you need longer drapes.

Besides being used for drapes, this is a much sought after fabric for making pillows, upholstery and for craft projects.

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Vintage Camp Blanket Curtain Drapes, Two Panels Cotton, Bates Plaid Turquoise and Flamingo Pink - Vintage Travel Trailer Decor


  • Vintage item
  • Materials: 100 percent cotton, Bates camp blanket
  • Only ships within United States.
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