Stock Photo - Hat slip from application side with thin S-shaped leaf vines, Hat slip from natural-colored application side, Brussels bobbin lace mounted on dry ground. The symmetrical pattern consists of a succession of thin c-shaped leaf vines, which spring from small oval cartouches along the top and bottom of the strip. This results in S-shaped leaf vines that, alternately from above and below, fill the midfield. In the middle of the hat slip, two mirrored S-shaped aisles touch each other. A few small flowers have been incorporated into the leaf vines and various branches with berries. The sparingly full work is made in linen with a few cut-outs and openwork edges and clipped relief contours. Ornamental soils have been applied in the oval cartouches and in the few flower hearts. The pattern continues in the short, rounded sides. The faintly scalloped sides are finished with picots., anonymous, Brussels, c. 1775 - c. 1799, linen (material), Brussels appliqué, l 162 cm × w 13 cm

Stock Photo: Hat slip from application side with thin S-shaped leaf vines, Hat slip from natural-colored application side, Brussels bobbin lace mounted on dry ground.

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