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The history of the Honiton lace industry

by H. J. Yallop

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Published by University of Exeter in Exeter .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • Devon
    • Subjects:
    • Bobbin lace -- England -- Devon -- History

    • Edition Notes

      StatementH.J. Yallop.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTT805.B63 Y34 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 352 p. :
      Number of Pages352
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1518473M
      ISBN 100859893790
      LC Control Number93204404
      OCLC/WorldCa27851842

      Sep 24,  · The art of lace-making is being kept alive at Honiton in East Devon, where the lace industry once employed hundreds of people. Centuries after Honiton lace . A reading list of lace. We have launched a Patterns for Venetian bobbin lace. Facsimile of the pattern book. Carlton, Bedfordshire, Palliser, Mrs Bury. A History of Lace. London, Revised and enlarged by M. Jourdain and A. Dryden, The .

      The description of lacemaking in the book led me to search out a book in my local library which had photographs of Queen Victoria’s wedding veil. The author had researched Honiton Lacemaking well, even learning how to make lace. It was a feel good book /5. Many of these laces aided in relief efforts, most notably, the Irish crochet lace cottage industry following the potato famine in Ireland. From homemade tatting and crochet lace to impeccable Brussels à Vrai Réseau bobbin lace and French Point d’ Alençon, Lace: A Sumptuous History explores the wide range of laces made over the centuries.

      Apr 25,  · Examples of Honiton Lace from Honiton, Devon. The lace used for Queen Victoria’s wedding dress was from Honiton in Devon. Lace making was still a cottage industry and her choice demonstrated support for working-class Britain. The lace comprised of sprigs or motifs made separately and then sewn together into a net. You searched for: honiton lace! Etsy is the home to thousands of handmade, vintage, and one-of-a-kind products and gifts related to your search. No matter what you’re looking for or where you are in the world, our global marketplace of sellers can help you find unique and affordable options. Let’s get started!


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The history of the Honiton lace industry by H. J. Yallop Download PDF EPUB FB2

Honiton lace is one of the world's great laces and this book for the first time tells the full story of the industry that produces it, from its beginnings in the sixteenth century to its demise in Read more. Honiton lace is one of the world's great laces, and this book for the first time tells the full story of The history of the Honiton lace industry book industry that produces it, from its beginnings in the sixteenth century to its demise in the twentieth.

Over photographs illustrate the history of design in Honiton lace as well as the technical aspects of manufacture. There is an intensive bibliography that is the most. History. The town grew along the line of the Fosse Way, the ancient Roman road linking Exeter (Isca Dumnoniorum) to Lincoln (Lindum) on which it was an important stopping point.

The location is mentioned in the Domesday Book as Honetone, meaning Huna's tun or farmstead. Lace-making. Honiton later grew to become an important market town, known for lace making that was introduced by Flemish Country: England.

Honiton lace is a part lace. Its ornate sprigs or motifs, complex patterns were created separately and then sewn into the net ground of the piece. Common sprigs include daisies, roses, shamrocks, ivy leaves, butterflies, lilies, camellias, convolvulus, poppies, briony, antwerp diamonds, trefoils, ferns, and acorns.

Origin and history. The History of the Honiton Lace Industry (South-West Studies) by H.J. Yallop | Jan 1, Paperback $ $ 76 $ $ Get it as soon as Wed, Jan FREE Shipping by Amazon The Honiton Lace Book: Being the Second and Enlarged Edition of Honiton Lace-Making, and Containing Full and Practical Instructions for Acquiring the Art.

The History of the Honiton Lace Industry (South-West Studies) [H.J. Yallop] on consumersnewhomeconstruction.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Honiton lace is one of the world's great laces, and this book for the first time tells the full story of the industry that produces itCited by: 4.

Honiton lace is one of the world's great laces and this book for the first time tells the full story of the industry that produces it, from its beginnings in the sixteenth century to its demise in the twentieth.

Over photographs illustrate the history of design in Honiton lace as. Jun 25,  · The hand made lace industry in England had all but disappeared by Although some small organisations remained who helped lacemakers with training, patterns and an outlet for their work.

If you are interested in the History of Lace and Lace Making, then the following book is considered to be a classical work on this subject. Buy The History Of Honiton Lace Industry (South-West Studies) 1 by H.J.

Yallop, Santina M. Levey (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Reviews: 2. The history of Honiton, Devon. Comprehensive information on Honiton. Honiton Hotels | guide to Honiton. The South-East Devon market town of Honiton grew up along the line of the old Roman road, the Fosse Way, that links Exeter to consumersnewhomeconstruction.comlogical evidence suggests that the countryside around present-day Honiton has been inhabited since Neolithic times.

Honiton Lace refers to a technique for making a specific type of lace that took it’s name from the town of Honiton where the majority of the lace was made or sold. Although Honiton Lace was made in many other local towns and villages, throughout history it has always been known as Honiton Lace.

Devon County Council continued to provide teachers of Honiton lace until towards the end of the 20th century, and by the s the Women’s Institute was training members to teach all types of lace, and local authority evening classes were becoming widely available.

Cent., earned their living from lace as described in Cervantes book “Don Quixote”. Since to laces became an industry when first Mrs. Rita Lambert, and later Mr. Juan Bautista Torres coming from Madrid and Catalonia set up an important lace industry, mainly Catalonian Blonde.

34 results for honiton lace Save honiton lace to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed. Unfollow honiton lace to stop getting updates on your eBay Feed. The history of Honiton, Devon - compiled from authentic sources.

Manuscript () p. [Westcountry Studies Library - sfB/HON//FAR] Gosling, Gerald. The book of Honiton: of lace and pottery fame. Tiverton: Halsgrove () p [ISBN ] Harris, consumersnewhomeconstruction.com Honiton in by-gone days, glimpses of life and customs. Celia Fiennes found Honiton ‘a pretty large place, a good market, near it a good church’ and ‘a very large meeting of Dissenters’, its principal industry being the making of ‘fine bonelace in imitation of the Antwerp and Flanders lace’.

Yallops' work in this area in his book, The History of the Honiton Lace Industry, University of Exeter press The East Devon lacemaking area is the source of seven identifiable varieties of lace: Branscombe point, Exeter lace, Trolly, Honiton lace, Devonia, Colyton Chromatic and Kerswell lace.

Feb 02,  · Lace, Its Origin and History. To this desire must be ascribed the beginning of the mammoth lace industry of to-day. The history of Honiton lace is more than ordinarily interesting, partly by reason of the doubt as to whether it really was a lace of English invention, or brought by the Flemish workmen to England.

The History of the Honiton Lace Industry. University of Exeter Press. Certainly the most scholarly text available on the history of the lace industry.

Concentrates on the Honiton industry but covers the whole of England. He puts forward a contrary theory to the origins of the lace history in England. Get print book. No eBook available. died Dolphin Earl of Devon early East Edward Exeter Fair February fire five George given granted Guard hand held Henry High Street History Honiton lace horses Hotel Humphry industry inns interesting Italy James John July June King known lace landlord letter living London Lord Manor of Honiton March.

record the history and beauty of East Devon and Downton Bobbins. This article concentrates on the Honiton bobbins as my recording of Downton's is still very incomplete (Honiton’s too come to that!) The only book that has any detailed information about these bobbins is H J Yallop, the History of the Honiton Lace Industry.

He deals with bobbins.The Honiton Lace Shop No major book on lace has been published in English since the revised edition of Mrs Palliser's History of Lace appeared inyet the intervening period has seen enormous strides made in the study and understanding of the lace industry and of its relationship to the history of dress, to textiles and to the.Apr 05,  · No major book on lace has been published in English since the revised edition of Mrs Palliser's History of Lace appeared inyet the intervening period has seen enormous strides made in the study and understanding of the lace industry and of its relationship to the history of dress, to textiles and to the development of the decorative arts 5/5(1).