A rare product today, handmade lace has the unique and timeless charm of fine work. It integrates both into a modern style and into a traditional decoration, appearing either original or perfectly in place.
There are different types of lace, including tatting, crochet lace, net embroidery, lace knitting and bobbin lace. Cotton is still used, usually in light tones ranging from beige to white. Depending on the size of the lace structure, there are countless possible uses.
Very precise and very meticulous, this work requires a lot of time. To get an idea, it takes about 5 hours to make a 50 cm2 net, and about 12 hours to embroider it.
Although each article offered here is unique, it is sometimes possible to reproduce some of them.