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|53 Day shirt|
Cotton. Flared cut. Oval neckline and armhole. Crochet dicky worked in Irish lace with mercerized cotton thread. The neckline and armhole are trimmed by an embroidered scalloped edge.
|155 Bordure, fragment|
Maybe used as three-pointed cuff. Irish lace made with crochet hook. The ornamentation is composed by a following of pansies on a ground of irregular brides with picots and eyelets.
|156 Coaster or setting |
Coaster or small setting. Irish lace made with crochet hook. Mercerized cotton thread. Decoration: Irish lace rosettes with several layers of upraised petals arranged as a crown around the centre. The ground has square meshes composed by small chains with picots.
Small heart-shaped setting with an Irish lace rosette at the centre of a ground composed by small arches created by the chain stitch enriched by picots. Mercerized cotton thread.
Pelerine for feminine dress. Shaped like a small cape with rounded edge. Crochet made. Mercerized cotton thread. Knotted Irish lace. Ground with brides and picots. The decoration is composed by the assembling of several different geometric figures: wheels, stars, stylized corollas united by a ground with irregular...
Wide cuff for feminine dress. Seventeenth century style, funnel-shaped. Irish lace, crochet made. Cotton thread. Made in Ireland.
|1189 Bordure, fragment|
Irish lace. Very fine mercerized cotton thread worked with a crochet hook. Lace worked in separate pieces. Ground with irregular meshes trimmed by picots. Some areas of the net are needle-made.
|1191 Setting, fragment|
Irish lace. Mercerized cotton thread. Roughly executed. Large and stylized motives, separately worked and later enclosed in the ground net. Ground with brides trimmed by large picots. Because of the less than refined craftsmanship, the lace could have been made outside Ireland: similar laces were in fact made in other...