Category Archives: Panels

2447. Le Puy bobbin lace panel originally from flounce

Type: Le Puy Purpose: panel originally from a flounce Date: 1850-1875 Colour: black Width: 42cms Length: 40cms Catalogue no: 79

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2005. Machined lace panel

Type: Machined Purpose: Panel Date1890-1900 Colour: cream Width: 44cms Length: 20cms Notes: Made to look like Bucks Point? Catalogue no: 5061

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1850. Venetian Grospoint Panel

Type: Venetian Grospoint Purpose: Panel Date: 1660-1690 Colour: natural Width: 17cms at the narrowest and 27cms at the widest point Length: 93cms Notes: This piece of Venetian Grospoint required cleaning and in doing so the definition in the raised and … Continue reading

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1739. Lacis Darned and Embroidered Panel

Type: Lacis Darned and Embroidered Purpose: Panel Date: 17th century onwards Colour: natural Width: 20cms Length: 28cms Notes: Same pattern as Catalogue no 2731 at Lace Post 1738 but base net a little looser. See Catalogus Van De Kantverzameling (Bruges … Continue reading

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1738. Lacis Darned and Embroidered panel

Type: Lacis Darned and Embroidered Purpose: Panel Date: 17th century onwards Colour: natural Width: 18cms Length: 39cms Notes: 2 sections joined. See Catalogus Van De Kantverzameling (Bruges Gruuthusemuseum) – St. Vandenberghe, F. Sorber, L. Van Damme-Ketele en P. Verstraete No … Continue reading

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1516.Nottingham Machined lace panel

Type: Nottingham Machined Purpose: panel Date: 2010 Colour: white Width: 45cms Length: 60cms Notes: image of the Madonna and Child Catalogue  no: 2329

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787. Venetian Gros Point needlepoint panel

Type: Venetian Gros Point Purpose: Panel Date: 1660 Colour: beige Width: 25cms Length: 82cms Notes: Symmetrical design. Possibly initially used as a statue stand cloth front. Later coffee dipped. Possibly used in 19th century as a lady’s dress front ornament. … Continue reading

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