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H3692 Lace borders (2), Carrickmacross applique, linen and cotton, Ireland, [late 1800s]. Click to enlarge.

Carrickmacross lace lengths

Borders, two, Carrickmacross applique, linen and cotton, Ireland, [late 1800s]

Two lace lengths, Carrickmacross appliqué border, made of linen and cotton with a floral repeat design. Border has a scalloped headside border with a continuous floral garland, each scallop containing a floral spray which extends up into the plain machine net ground. Decorative fillings and bars are worked within the floral motifs and bordonnet outline thread. The repeat design is 100mm in width and is repeated three...

Summary

Object No.

H3692

Object Statement

Lace borders (2), Carrickmacross applique, linen and cotton, Ireland, [late 1800s]

Physical Description

Borders, two, Carrickmacross applique, linen and cotton, Ireland, [late 1800s]

Two lace lengths, Carrickmacross appliqué border, made of linen and cotton with a floral repeat design. Border has a scalloped headside border with a continuous floral garland, each scallop containing a floral spray which extends up into the plain machine net ground. Decorative fillings and bars are worked within the floral motifs and bordonnet outline thread. The repeat design is 100mm in width and is repeated three times along lace length. Lace is made of linen and cotton. and uses appliqué lace technique.

Marks

No marks

Production

Notes

Lace is made of linen and cotton. and uses applique lace technique.

Source

Credit Line

Purchased 1934

Acquisition Date

11 January 1934

Cite this Object

Harvard

Carrickmacross lace lengths 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 20 August 2019, <https://ma.as/237432>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/237432 |title=Carrickmacross lace lengths |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=20 August 2019 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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