Duchesse bobbin lace

A part lace dating from about 1850 to present, using a large number of standard motifs. Often has raised work. Sometimes has inserts of point de Gaze needle lace. The recent development of Brussels and point d'Angleterre. Antique and modern.
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Juan Manuel Fernandez 19th c Duchesse bobbin lace with a point de gaze needlelace insert in the center

Juan Manuel Fernandez c Duchesse bobbin lace with a point de gaze needlelace insert in the center

Rosa San Nicholas modern Duchesse

Rosa San Nicholas modern Duchesse

from OIDFA convention. This may be "Fine bloomwork/coarse Duchesse. It does have raised work (I think) but the grounds are more typical of bloomwork than of Duchesse.

from OIDFA convention. This may be "Fine bloomwork/coarse Duchesse. It does have raised work (I think) but the grounds are more typical of bloomwork than of Duchesse.

Merletto di Burano e Venezia Fondazione Andriana Marcello

Merletto di Burano e Venezia Fondazione Andriana Marcello (Bobbin lace)

Juan Manuel Fernandez   Duchesse with needlelace inserts https://www.facebook.com/juanma.meencanta

Juan Manuel Fernandez Duchesse with needlelace inserts…

Antique & Vintage Laces Handmade vs. Machine Part 1 | eBay

Antique & Vintage Laces Handmade vs. Machine Part 1

Introduction and Brief History on Lace *Note: You can skip to the next bold heading to get right to the nuts and bolts of it. While it remains popular with some.

Antique & Vintage Laces Handmade vs. Machine Part 1 | eBay

Antique & Vintage Laces Handmade vs. Machine Part 1

Introduction and Brief History on Lace *Note: You can skip to the next bold heading to get right to the nuts and bolts of it. While it remains popular with some.

Catherine Herve probably Duchesse, maybe Withof

Catherine Herve probably Duchesse, maybe Withof

probably modern Duchesse technique ph/b Erika Dragar Oidfa 2016

probably modern Duchesse technique ph/b Erika Dragar Oidfa 2016

duchesse last half 19 th c Inge Gardner photo Bowes Museum

duchesse last half 19 th c Inge Gardner photo Bowes Museum

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