Lace in Fashion: From the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Centuries

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Gorse Publications, 1991 - Costume - 168 pages
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This text tells the story of the wearing of lace from its first emergence as a fashionable accessory on the ruffs, cuffs and coifs at the royal Courts of 16th-century Europe. Even at that time, lace was of vast economic importance.

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