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Pillar Vintage Patriotic Bunting

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Pillar Vintage Patriotic Bunting

Pillar Vintage Patriotic Bunting
$26.95Buy 2 or more at $24.95 eachIn Stock!
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Designed to wrap around porch pillars or columns, the Vintage Pillar Bunting makes it easy to add patriotic spirit to any doorway or entrance. Embroidered stars on 100% cotton duck fabric with three top grommets for easy hanging. Red, blue and ecru colors gives our bunting its nostalgic appearance. Imported.
• Americana pillar bunting
• Embroidered stars on 100% cotton duck fabric
• Three top grommets for easy hanging
• Great for holidays and year-round decorating

15"W x 69-1/2"L

Buy 2 or more at $24.95 each
4.5 (based on 13 customer reviews)

By Top
Quality Materials
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Very nicely made from high quality materials. Looks awesome!

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By Betsy Ross
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Memorial Day.

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By Diana
Beautiful banner
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On my front porch pillars

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By AgentMom
FromReno, NV
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These Patriotic Decor items are very well made and I LOVE the colors - Vintage Cool!

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By Butterfly Wings
Patriotic banners
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Looked great on my pillar on the front porch. But it rain and the fabric bleeds.

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By CGNichols
FromDemorest, GA
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Love them the colors look great with my 1908 bungalow.

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By Kat
FromHouston, TX
great looks
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We keep these up till labor day, love the look of these. only thing they fade, ordering my second pair

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By Patriotic C
FromMarietta, GA
Pillar Bunting
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I was extremely happy with the bunting. First-rate product.

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By Tom
Fromoverseas military installation
Looks great on porch pillars
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Makes the house look great for parties!

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By Kaimie
FromJackson, Mississippi
Great patriotic presentation
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We have kept them up from Memorial Day through Flag Day and we plan to keep them up through the Fourth of July. They are extremely beautiful and present well. We are in drought conditions right now, so I do not know how well they hold up during heavy rain. Also, it would be good to have longer lengths.

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By ernurse
Pillar bunting
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We love the vintage buntings. Disappointed that the colors fade so quickly. But here I am ordering more. Expect to replace them after 1 season if you have them in a sunny location...i.e., your front porch.

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By Ginnie
FromKansas City
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These look great on our brick pillars. However, the grommets are pulling away from the fabric. Have had lots of positive comments. They look great from the street. Hope they hold up.

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By Midwesterners
FromElgin IL
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We really like this for patriotic holidays.

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Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.

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