Argentella: A French needle lace made also at Abbisola in Italy. Developed from Argentan with Rosacé ground.
argentella lace[:] An early, white needlepoint lace made in Italy. Similar to the Alençon lace, but made with flat cordonnet. The patterns are delicate and spread over a net ground with small dots at the corners.
Argentella. ...a variant of point d'Alençon, which has a large mesh with a six-sided dot in the centre. This dotted réseau is known as fond de neige, and œil de perdrix, also as réseau rosaceé.
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- Brooke (1925), p.146.
- Mollett, John William (1883). An Illustrated Dictionary of Words Used in Art and Archaeology, p.23. London: Gilbert and Rivington, Limited. [ISBN unspecified].
- Tortora, Phyllis G.; and Johnson, Ingrid (2013). The Fairchild Books Dictionary of Textiles, p.24. 8th edition. A&C Black. ISBN 9781609015350.
- Head, R. E. (1922). The Lace & Embroidery Collector, p.49. New York: Dodd, Mead, and Company. [ISBN unspecified].
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