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Lace collar, possibly cut loose from a camicia or a linen partlet (there are still linen strips in the bottom half); Venetian, c. 1610 (Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam) #fashion_history #Italian #renaissance

Lace collar, possibly cut loose from a camicia or a linen partlet (there are still linen strips in the bottom half); Antique Venetian Reticella lace collar with sharp points Venetian, c.

This corn dolly, called the ‘Ambridge Circle’, was devised and made by Alec Coker after appearing as a corn dolly lecturer on BBC Radio 4’s serial 'The Archers' in 1972. It consists of a spirally woven circle inside which is a spirally woven cross. In the upper half are two plaited and arrows, and in the bottom half are two bunches of corn ears. (MERL/86/124/1)

This corn dolly, called the ‘Ambridge Circle’, was devised and made by Alec Coker after appearing as a corn dolly lecturer on BBC Radio 4’s serial 'The Archers' in 1972. It consists of a spirally woven circle inside which is a spirally woven cross. In the upper half are two plaited and arrows, and in the bottom half are two bunches of corn ears. (MERL/86/124/1)

Collar of white net with straw embroidery ca. 1830. Straw Embroidery is a very rare form of embroidery practiced in Russia in the Nineteenth century. Few examples have survived in Russia and outside Russia they are extremely rare. OK....now we know!

Collar of white net with straw embroidery, Circa courtesy of Beccles & District Museum, UK

Bees captured in lace.

Fichu, Alençon, France, ca. Needle lace worked in linen thread on a net ground, V&A

Straw Crown from Belarus - by Tamara Bludovy;  Traditional plaited straw creations from Belarus, Russia and Ukraine are worn for many festival settings.

Straw Crown from Belarus - by Tamara Bludovy; Traditional plaited straw creations from Belarus, Russia and Ukraine are worn for many festival settings.

Stomacher Place of origin: England, Great Britain Date: 1740-1750 Materials and Techniques: Silver bobbin lace Museum number: T.80:B-1948 | V&A

Stomacher

Stomacher Place of origin: England, Great Britain Date: Materials and Techniques: Silver bobbin lace Museum number:

Straw butterfly | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Straw butterfly | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Openwork Bonnet (detail): ca. 1850's, braided straw, ruched chiffon ruffles ending in long ties.

Openwork Bonnet (detail): ca. braided straw, ruched chiffon ruffles ending in long ties.

Date:      16th century  Culture:      Italian (Genoa)  Medium:      Bobbin lace  Dimensions:      L. 6 1/2 x W. 2 1/4 inches (16.5 x 5.7cm)

Edging Date: century Culture: Italian (Genoa) Medium: Bobbin lace Dimensions: L. 2 inches x Classification: Textiles-Laces Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1920 Accession Number:

Third Harvest

Third Harvest

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