Friday, 11 April 2014
Some of my lace collection, 17th and 19th century, used for my BP Travel paintings.
Front right is a 19th century needle lace. Behind that and on the left is a 17th century reticella (Italian) and at the back, slightly darker coloured, is an Italian bobbin lace from around 1620.
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