Honiton (East Devon) bobbin lace sprig

Description
This sample bobbin lace motif represents one of a number made by Charlotte Treadwin’s Exeter workshop based in the Cathedral Yard. Made in cotton thread, the motif of water lily leaves was intended to be assembled with others as part of a larger piece submitted to the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1867.
Accession Loan No.
29/2006/146
Collection Class
Textiles and equipment
Common Name
Honiton (East Devon) bobbin lace sprig
Simple Name
lace sprig
Full Name
Honiton (East Devon) bobbin lace sprig with design of water lily leaves
Production Person Surname
Treadwin (nee Dobbs)
Production Person Initials
Charlotte
Production Date
1867
Production Town
Exeter
Production County
Devon
Production Country
United Kingdom: England
Production Area Region
Northern Europe
Production Continent
Europe
Family Group


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