Lexicon of types of lace different
Needle lace is embrodery evolution
The bobbin lace is the trimmings evolution
- THE PUNTO IN ARIA, 154O : needle lace
- THE TRIMMINGS, 16th et 17th (1525) bobbin lace: as you can see a short time separates the appearance of these two kinds of lace.
- TOWEL: late 19th early 20th, the funds are very rich, there is no ring around the motives, no pimples, although now we allow ourselves some fantasies. Sometimes, also, a drawstring to emphasize the patterns. The drawings are very geometric and logical. There is lace mechanical towele.
- CLUNY : born, it seems, about 150 to 200 years ago. Many braids and dots of spirit of all kinds, there is no ring around the grounds. Many pimples to flowing knots on braids, simple pimples on gusset and venice. There is sometimes a cordonnet, a lot of different selvedge, say feet. In Puy en Velay, the country of origin of this lace, there is mechanical lace called "bobbin".
- VALENCIENNES : beginning of the 18th, network of round meshes, late 18th we work in addition to the square mesh. There is a ring, pins, no cord, no point of mind, we can add pairs for past patterns. It is a bobbin lace. In mechanical, the round mesh is twisted.
- MALINE : 18th, we use a network of hexagonal meshes without pins (style Drochel). There are some laces with a ring, others not. There is no point of hope, but pimples and a cord. The drawings are very tortuous because of the drawstrings. We found this bobbin lace also in mechanics.
- FORMER FLANDRE : 18th, the bottom is in twisted past and with 5 holes, there is a ring, pimples and a drawstring, there is no point of mind. It is a bobbin lace, it is also found in mechanics.
- MODERN FLANDRE : middle of the 19th, the bottom is in 1/2 past and past twisted, bottom caning. There is a ring, pimples, a cord. Bobbin lace, we find it also in mechanics.
- CHANTILLY : early 19th (183O) in Paris. Works with the background song, there is no ring but pimples, a drawstring and no point of mind. It is made of black silk. Lace made with bobbins but, for pieces of great importance, a point of Hook on the needle is used. In mechanical lace the thread is double in the past 1/2. Worked in Bayeux is called the bottom: "fond Tulle". We also use the rose background and the patterns in 1/2 past are shaded.
- BLONDE : 1825-1830. We use the tulle background, there is no ring or point of mind, but pimples. The cord is worked with silk thread. This lace with spindles is very vaporous with opaque patterns in colored silk, around the years 1865. It exists in mechanical lace.
- TONDER : 19th, we use the bottom Tulle, there is no ring, but pins, a cord and points of mind that form drawings. The reasons are in the past. It's a lace spindles where there is little scale on the edge. It is also found in mechanics.
- BUCKS POINT : 19th, we use the bottom Tulle, there is no ring, but pimples, a cordonnet and points of mind. The edge is always working on the right. It's a bobbin lace that is also found in mechanics.
- PARIS : after 1793, the Paris point is used for the bottom. There is no ring and no point of mind but pimples and a cord. This bobbin lace is working on place. We see some nipples around the patterns, which are passed quite opaque.
- LILLE : we work in Lille in the 18th, the background Tulle is also called light background, there is no find no ring but pimples, points of mind and a cord. The reasons are in the past. It is a bobbin lace. It is also found in mechanical lace.
- BINCHE : 175O, there are all the funds, plus funds of snowflake and funds snow. A ring, yes and no, depending on whether the model is old or not. No drawstring but, here too, we have seen some recent models with a drawstring. Pimples, and points of mind, especially rectangular. It's a very fine bobbin lace style dense and bushy. Note that here, the bottom of Paris is worked without pins. This lace is, in the spirit of the lacemakers, the most difficult to work. It exists in mechanics.