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Lille Lace

  • 1 Lille Lace

    A bobbin lace. The earlier samples have straight edges, the patterns being outlined with a heavy cordonnet, the hexagonal ground is a very light and fine mesh. Each mesh has two sides made of a single thread and four sides of two threads twisted together.

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  • lille lace — noun Usage: usually capitalized lst L : a bobbin lace having a hexagonal mesh ground and simple patterns outlined with a heavy flat thread …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Arras lace —       bobbin lace made at Arras, Fr., from the 17th century onward and similar to that of Lille. Although Arras was known for its gold lace, its popularity rested on its exceptionally pure white lace, stronger than Lille but with similar floral… …   Universalium

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