Lace on Linen

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Cover of needle lace, Italy, Museum Number Needle Lace, Bobbin Lace, V & A Museum, Lace Making, Metal Working, 16th Century, Tudor, Cover, Prints

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Sampler - Victoria & Albert Museum - Search the Collections Needlework, Museum, Embroidery, Antiques, Lace, Collection, Style, Antiquities, Swag

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Ruskin lace is a form of embroidered lace that combines cutwork, drawn thread work and embroidered lace. Hardanger Embroidery, Vintage Embroidery, Hand Embroidery, Eyebrow Embroidery, Needle Lace, Bobbin Lace, Embroidery Transfers, Embroidery Designs, Drawn Thread

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Embroidery design Place of origin: Great Britain, UK (made) Date: ca. (made) Artist/Maker: Bland, Sarah, born 1810 - died 1905 (made) Materials and Techniques: Pen and ink on tracing paper Credit Line: Given by Mrs D. Blackwork Embroidery, V & A Museum, Britain Uk, Sketch Books, Fashion Plates, Embroidery Designs, Number, Ink, Quilts

Embroidery Design | Sarah Bland | V&A Explore The Collections

Designs for embroidered borders for tablecloths, and other motifs, ca. 1836-1854, by Sarah Bland (1810-1905).

Design for an embroidered apron, featuring heartsease, also known as 'wild pansy', by Sarah Bland about V & A Museum Hand Embroidery, Embroidery Designs, Embroidered Apron, V & A Museum, Apron Designs, Pansies, Time Travel, Albert Museum, Journal Ideas

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Design for an embroidered apron, featuring a heartsease pattern, ca. 1836-1854, by Sarah Bland (1810-1905).

Designs for stylised floral motifs and border patterns, ca. by Sarah Bland Museum Number Folk Embroidery, Embroidery Designs, V & A Museum, Border Pattern, The V&a, Floral Motif, Art Google, Metal Working, Bullet Journal

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British Sampler made linen, embroidered with linen and silk thread, cut-work and applied needle-lace motifs. Silk Thread, Needle And Thread, Types Of Lace, V & A Museum, Needlepoint Patterns, Cut Work, Needle Lace, Victoria And Albert Museum, Metal Working

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Day gown of woollen cloth, velvet, lace and embroidered cutwork, possibly made in England or France, Museum Number Vintage Girls, Vintage Dresses, Cutwork Embroidery, Embroidery Designs, Tea Gown, 1920s Outfits, Period Outfit, Linens And Lace, Wool Dress

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Day gown of woollen cloth, velvet, lace and embroidered cutwork, possibly made in England or France, 1903-1905

Sampler - Victoria & Albert Museum - Search the Collections Victoria And Albert Museum, Cutwork, Metal Working, Needlework, Sculpture, Crafty, Antiques, Lace, Prints

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Sampler of lace, England, 1650-1675