Honiton bobbin lace

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A collection of unmounted Honiton motifs - they are meant for applique on machine net. Lace Button, Button Flowers, Lace Flowers, Antique Lace, Vintage Lace, Linens And Lace, Lace Embroidery, Bobbin Lace, Vintage Antiques

A collection of unmounted Honiton motifs - they are meant for applique on machine net.

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Honiton East Devon lace spray - This spray was made in East Devon (Honiton) lace by Elsie Luxton. The design is that of a primrose. As with many Victorian designs, inspiration for lace was often taken from nature. Designs often include different types of flowers and plants. This spray would eventually have been appliquéd on to net to make a veil or flounce. Royal Albert, Different Types Of Flowers, Museum, Lacemaking, Victorian Design, Antique Lace, Bobbin Lace, Devon, Veil

Honiton (East Devon) lace spray - Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery

This spray was made in East Devon (Honiton) lace by Elsie Luxton. The design is that of a primrose. As with many Victorian designs, inspiration for lace was often taken from nature. Designs often include different types of flowers and plants. This spray would eventually have been appliquéd on to net to make a veil or flounce.

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Honiton (East Devon) lace sprig - This snowdrop motif is said to have been designed and made by Louisa Tucker, a 19th century lace maker and designer who lived at Barnells, a house in Branscombe on the East Devon coast. The flower uses typical East Devon lace techniques, including raising and rolling. Simple Veil, John Tucker, Devon Coast, Hm The Queen, The Royal Collection, Lacemaking, Bobbin Lace, Lace Weddings, Royal Albert

Honiton (East Devon) lace sprig - Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery

This snowdrop motif is said to have been designed and made by Louisa Tucker, a 19th century lace maker and designer who lived at Barnells, a house in Branscombe on the East Devon coast. The flower uses typical East Devon lace techniques, including raising and rolling. This is more densely worked than another example of a snowdrop designed by Louisa (19/1931/7). The leaves are worked in half stitch, the buds and flowers in both whole and half stitch with two of them having raised leadworks…

Honiton (East Devon) lace sprig - Lace designed by Louisa Tucker, daughter of John Tucker of Branscombe whose family firm supplied lace to the royal family. Louisa’s designs were based on native and garden plants. This lace sprig is skillfully worked in wholestitch and halfstitch with ribbed and rolled work to give a three-dimensional effect. Leadworks are used to decorate the central veins of the leaves. John Tucker, Memorial Museum, Bobbin Lace, Royal Albert, Lace Design, Vintage Patterns, Three Dimensional, Machine Embroidery, Art Gallery

Honiton (East Devon) lace sprig - Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery

Lace designed by Louisa Tucker, daughter of John Tucker of Branscombe whose family firm supplied lace to the royal family. Louisa’s designs were based on native and garden plants. This lace sprig is skillfully worked in wholestitch and halfstitch with ribbed and rolled work to give a three-dimensional effect. Leadworks are used to decorate the central veins of the leaves. This is one of a series of naturalistic sprigs (lace motifs) said to have been designed and made by Louisa Tucker.

Honiton (East Devon) lace sprig - This holly motif is one of a series of naturalistic sprigs said to have been designed and made by Louisa Tucker, a daughter of the Branscombe lace manufacturer John Tucker. These finely made pieces are naturalistic representations of wild and garden plants. They were made on a lace pillow using bobbins wound with fine cotton threads. The holly berries are raised with a single purl at each point. The berries are raised and worked in half-stitch. John Tucker, The Royal Collection, Holly Berries, Lace Making, Bobbin Lace, Lace Weddings, Lace Design, Cotton Thread, Garden Plants

Honiton (East Devon) lace sprig - Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery

This holly motif is one of a series of naturalistic sprigs said to have been designed and made by Louisa Tucker, a daughter of the Branscombe lace manufacturer John Tucker. These finely made pieces are naturalistic representations of wild and garden plants. They were made on a lace pillow using bobbins wound with fine cotton threads. The holly berries are raised with a single purl at each point. The berries are raised and worked in half-stitch. John Tucker’s successful family business had an…

Honiton (East Devon) lace sprig - Wild strawberries represented in East Devon bobbin lace. The plant is worked with raised and rolled tap leaves and tiny flowers. The strawberries are ribbed with a purl edge. The no-pin filling has a sparsely worked background to give an open effect. This is one of a series of naturalistic sprigs (lace motifs) said to have been designed and made by Louisa Tucker, a daughter of the Branscombe lace manufacturer John Tucker. John Tucker, The Royal Collection, Wild Strawberries, Tiny Flowers, Lace Embroidery, Bobbin Lace, Lace Weddings, Artworks, Layers

Honiton (East Devon) lace sprig - Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery

Wild strawberries represented in East Devon bobbin lace. The plant is worked with raised and rolled tap leaves and tiny flowers. The strawberries are ribbed with a purl edge. The no-pin filling has a sparsely worked background to give an open effect. This is one of a series of naturalistic sprigs (lace motifs) said to have been designed and made by Louisa Tucker, a daughter of the Branscombe lace manufacturer John Tucker. These finely made pieces are naturalistic representations of wild and…

Honiton (East Devon) lace sprig - A delicate pansy or viola plant worked in East Devon bobbin lace. The open flower has been made with raised petals and veins. The petals are worked in half stitch or a combination of whole and half stitch. This is one of a series of naturalistic sprigs (lace motifs) said to have been designed and made by Louisa Tucker, a daughter of the Branscombe lace manufacturer John Tucker. John Tucker, The Royal Collection, Lacemaking, Bobbin Lace, Lace Weddings, Royal Albert, Cotton Thread, Pansies, Layers

Honiton (East Devon) lace sprig - Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery

A delicate pansy or viola plant worked in East Devon bobbin lace. The open flower has been made with raised petals and veins. The petals are worked in half stitch or a combination of whole and half stitch. This is one of a series of naturalistic sprigs (lace motifs) said to have been designed and made by Louisa Tucker, a daughter of the Branscombe lace manufacturer John Tucker. These finely made pieces are naturalistic representations of wild and garden plants. They were made on a lace…

Honiton (East Devon) lace sprig - This lace sprig was produced by an East Devon lace manufacturer. Ivy leaves and a flower head are represented in bobbin lace, made on the pillow using typical East Devon techniques to produce a naturalistic design. Two large leaves are made with raised work and whole and half stitch. One area also uses three twisted veins to add to the three dimensional effect. The flower head has occasional purls on the edge of the berries. The Royal Collection, Ivy Leaf, Lacemaking, Bobbin Lace, Lace Weddings, Royal Albert, Three Dimensional, Devon, Floral Lace

Honiton (East Devon) lace sprig - Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery

This lace sprig was produced by an East Devon lace manufacturer. Ivy leaves and a flower head are represented in bobbin lace, made on the pillow using typical East Devon techniques to produce a naturalistic design. Two large leaves are made with raised work and whole and half stitch. One area also uses three twisted veins to add to the three dimensional effect. The flower head has occasional purls on the edge of the berries. This is one of a series of floral lace motifs said to have been…

Honiton (East Devon) lace sprig - Here is a very hungry caterpillar represented in East Devon lace. A sprig of apple blossom and leaves are worked in whole stitch and half stitch. Ribbed and rolled work add a three-dimensional effect. The caterpillar is worked with a twisted vein through its body and head, and purls to give the impression of legs. The lace is designed to make it look as though the greedy caterpillar is munching its way along the stem. Needle Lace, Bobbin Lace, Very Hungry Caterpillar, Lace Flowers, Three Dimensional, Devon, Layers, Lily, Museum

Honiton (East Devon) lace sprig - Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery

Here is a very hungry caterpillar represented in East Devon lace. A sprig of apple blossom and leaves are worked in whole stitch and half stitch. Ribbed and rolled work add a three-dimensional effect. The caterpillar is worked with a twisted vein through its body and head, and purls to give the impression of legs. The lace is designed to make it look as though the greedy caterpillar is munching its way along the stem. This skilled work was carried out by Louisa Tucker, who also planned the…