Honiton Lace

A bobbin lace made in England at Honiton, Devonshire, from the seventeenth century onwards. Most people associate this term with the lace made in Honiton in the nineteenth century, in which strong floral motifs are joined to an often-spotted net background. Queen Victoria inserted a chemisette of Hiniton lace into her wedding dress in an attempt to support the British lace industry.
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