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A9148-1 Cloth, assembled by nine pieces of bobbin and embroidered laces, 1600s to late 1800s. Click to enlarge.

Lace cloth

    Cloth, assembled by nine pieces of bobbin and embroidered laces, 1600s to late 1800s

    Lace cloth, assembled by joining strips of reticella, bobbin lace, and hardanger embroidery to a central panel of cutwork and reticella. Italian & [Norwegian] 1550-1850
    See supplement for plan of the object

    /1 cutwork and reticella panel, 1550-1600
    /2 reticella insertion, c1650
    /3 reticella insertion, c1650
    /4 reticella insertion, c1650
    /5 bobbin lace insertoon , c1850
    /6 bobbin lace insertion, c1650
    /7 …

    Summary

    Object No.

    A9148-1

    Object Statement

    Cloth, assembled by nine pieces of bobbin and embroidered laces, 1600s to late 1800s

    Physical Description

    Cloth, assembled by nine pieces of bobbin and embroidered laces, 1600s to late 1800s

    Lace cloth, assembled by joining strips of reticella, bobbin lace, and hardanger embroidery to a central panel of cutwork and reticella. Italian & [Norwegian] 1550-1850
    See supplement for plan of the object

    /1 cutwork and reticella panel, 1550-1600
    /2 reticella insertion, c1650
    /3 reticella insertion, c1650
    /4 reticella insertion, c1650
    /5 bobbin lace insertoon , c1850
    /6 bobbin lace insertion, c1650
    /7 reticella insertion, c1650
    /8 Hardanger embroidery panels (one each end) c 1850
    /9 Genoese bobbin lace, c1650

    Dimensions

    Height

    880 mm

    Width

    505 mm

    Cite this Object

    Harvard

    Lace cloth 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 8 August 2022, <https://ma.as/202952>

    Wikipedia

    {{cite web |url=https://ma.as/202952 |title=Lace cloth |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=8 August 2022 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}