Point de France

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Point de France is a needle lace developed in the late 17th century.


The lace is typically very rich and symmetrical.

Use[edit]

This expensive lace was popularized by the clergy, who used it for the ornaments of their rochets . Most pieces of the 16th and 17th centuries are in museums.