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Title: History of lace
Year: 1902 (1900s)
Authors: Palliser, Bury, Mrs., 1805-1878 Jourdain, Margaret Dryden, Alice
Subjects: Lace and lace making
Publisher: New York : C. Scribner’s Sons
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries
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mmo PQo 1-^ CDCD CS ^^ ^ I i w m o To /«ce page 88, MALTA 89 resemblance to the Maltese. The specimens of Indian pillow-laces, wrought with white and black threads, in the IndiaMuseum, are apparently made in single pieces, and not as inPloniton laces, by separate flowers, which are subsequentlyplaced together for the ground to be worked in betweenthem/^ A missionary taught a few Chinese women to makesilk lace from the wild silk of this part of China, reportsConsul Ballock from Chefoo (at the request of the Notting-ham Chamber of Commerce), but the small quantity of laceso produced is sold to Europeans only. The Chinese do not Fijr. 42.
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Bobbin-Lace. —(Ceylon.) care to buy it. Acting Consul Trotman also reported fromHangkow, that a large quantity of hand-made lace is madein the Roman Catholic orphanages there, but this was entirelyfor European consumption. White lace in China is not wovenby the natives, for white and blue being the nationalmourning colours, and severe simplicity of dress being derigueiir on these occasions, lace of these colours has no sale.^*^ ■ Lefebure, Kinhroldcnj and Lace. natives work Manilla grass into a sort In the Pliilippine Islands the of drawn thread-work or tatting. ,90 HISTORY OF LACE CHAPTER VI. SPAIN. • Of Point dEspagne a rich cornet,Two night rails and a scarf beset,With a large lace and collaret. —Evelyn, Voyage to Murnihiiid. Hat laced with gold Point dEspagne. —Wardrobe of a Pretty Fellow, liodcrick luindoiii. • The Count: Voglio una pimta di Spagna, larga, massiccia, ben lavorata.Del disegno, della ricchez/a, ma niente di luccicante.—Goldoni, J/Avaiofaatoso. Spanish
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