Battenberg lace

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Battenberg lace

Battenberg lace is a type of tape lace. The name for this American lace was chosen in honour of a wedding of the Battenberg family, which occurred about the time a patent for making the lace was applied for at Washington. Originally Battenberg lace was heavier than the other machine tape laces such as Princess lace.[1]

Some regard Battenberg ace as a type of Renaissance lace.[2] Others regard Renaissance Lace as a different type of tape lace.[3]

Tape for Battenberg lace

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Art of Modern Lace-making. Butterick Publishing Co. 1891. 
  2. ^ Pat Earnshaw. A Dictionary of Lace. Shire Publications. ISBN 0-85263-700-4. 
  3. ^ The Lace Guild. "Tape Lace". Retrieved 26 November 2014.