This ex-designer lace collar comes from Forster Rohner, one of the oldest manufactures of lace. It is a guipure or 'bobinnet' lace. Embroidered motifs are connected with thin plaits of yarn rather than the whole fabric being backed in a mesh. This is a more delicate and labour intensive process than making standard lace and is still done on the original machines.
The panels feature a design flowers and large grape-like spots linked with the characteristic plaits. They have a nice drape and really beautiful satin finish. Would be perfect for inserting or appliqueing onto the back of a jacket or front of a skirt. They could even be used in furnishings!
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