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"Victoria" Vintage Heritage Design Cream Pair Of Cotton Lace Curtain Panels - 22" x 34"

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A stunning pair of Scottish, Nottingham lace sample panels....from Victorian Lace Mill

This beautiful pair of lace panels is subtly decorated in true vintage 1930's style. It has a very fine weave design typical of the 193O's, and has a scalloped finish to all of the sides.
Suitable for a sash window.

The 2 panels have a woven rod pocket and are cut to size off a roll,this is raw and un hemmed refer to photos. May be hung as is but advisable to turn sides and hem before laundering

2 Original samples of fine Scottish quality cotton lace Made on the original Victorian Nottingham lace looms
Cream in colour(nb...photos show them in white also listed)

Warm hand wash new unused condition.
22" x 34" x 2


Product Specification

Period / Style 1930’s
Dimensions 22"wide x 34" long / 56cms x 88 cms
Item Location This item is available to buy online only.
Colour Cream
Material Cotton Lace
Lace Panel Type Full Curtain Panel
Item Code parlvicpairc34/22

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If you have any questions relating to the lace fabrics you can contact the Centre.

More About Scottish Lace Scottish lace is manufactured on traditional Nottingham lace looms. The fineness of the weave is determined by the number of threads per inch (points) and ranges from 8 point to 14 point. The higher the point the more threads per inch and the finer the weave. The number indicates the tightness of weave - 14-point lace has 14 stitches per inch. The cotton for each design is hand strung on the same giant looms that have been producing this wonderful product since the 1870's. It is the finest Nottingham lace manufactured today. Each pattern takes months of preparation. Many of the designs have original card patterns which date from the mid 1800's. Scottish lace comes directly to you from Scotland's own 'Lace Valley' where this lace has been traditionally woven on Nottingham looms since the 1870's. This "old-country" weaving method involves intricate steps which not only authenticates the lace, but give its look and feel a certain quality not found in knitted laces available today. From the beginning of the industry until the end of the 20th century, at least 99% of the lace and net made in Britain passed through Nottingham. It was only natural that lace made on machines in Britain came to be called "Nottingham Lace." Palatial Lace was established in 1979, they have amassed a large wealth of knowledge of the patterns and designs manufactured by the Victorian mills. All lace is supplied directly to you by Palatial Lace Interiors.

Please note - the lace is for sale online only and is not available to view or pick up from the Centre.

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