Domain Images from A History of
Hand-Made Lace by Mrs. F. Nevill
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of a Lady," painted by
painted by Paul Veronese,
in the Doge's Palace, Venice.
of Queen Elizabeth, in ruff trimmed with
the most elaborate thread guipure of the period.
Brussels lace flounce,
late seventeenth century.
France, showing the Venetian
influence, seventeenth century.
of Mademoiselle de Beaujolas,
by Nattier (1685-1766).
of Queen Victoria, taken at the time of
Her Majesty's Jubilee, 1887.
Needle-point Lace Head-dress
with Lappets; Nineteenth Century.