Argentella Lace

Argentella Lace
Italian white needlepoint similar to Alencon but with flat cordonnet. Designs consist of very delicate patterns spread over a net ground, the latter having small dots at the corners. It was made at Burano and is now obsolete.

Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.

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