Middle 20th century, Belgium/Bruges, in good condition
This typical lace type is made on a lace cushion on which the pattern is tied
The bobbins two of which two are called "lopers" are attached at the top of the pattern
These runners go from right to left and vice versa and weave the pattern as such.
At the end of a line is the thread is tied up by means of a pin. Bruges is known for its magnificent lace, the tablecloth has a hole in the middle, but is unobtrusive, 170 cm x 250 cm. The lot will be well packed and shipped with Track & trace code.
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