Vintage lace

Shawl (MET Museum) Date: century Culture: Philippine Medium: piña cloth, cotton Dimensions: Length: 144 in. cm) Width: 50 in. cm) pina cloth is woven from part of the pineapple plant

1860s lace

Detail -- Handmade bobbin & Pt de Gaz needle lace c. --possibly a veil remade into wedding gown c.

Outstanding Antique Battenberg Lace Cathedral Length Bridal Veil

Outstanding Antique Battenberg Lace Cathedral Length Bridal Veil Constructed From Yards Of Handmade Battenberg Tape Lace In A Grand And Sweeping Pattern Of Stylized Flowers, Fern-Like Columns Of Leaves And Elegant Scroll Work

Arras lace refers to a form of pure white bobbin lace that was made at Arras, France, from the 17th to 19th centuries.[1] It is similar to, but stronger than Lille lace.[1] Arras also produced gold lace and a lightweight lace called mignonette.[1]

Reticella needle lace, Germany 1884 (reminds me of Priscilla of Boston style lace)

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