Guipure

GuiĀ·pure' noun [ French] A term used for lace of different kinds; most properly for a lace of large pattern and heavy material which has no ground or mesh, but has the pattern held together by connecting threads called bars or brides .
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Guipure

• (n.) A term used for lace of different kinds; most properly for a lace of large pattern and heavy material which has no ground or mesh, but has the pattern held together by connecting threads called bars or brides.
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Guipure

Guipure is a form of lace with no mesh background, with the patterns tied with brides or large stitches. The term originally applied to silk-whipped cord or wire used in lace-making.
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Guipure

An open-work lace with heavy embroidered patterns connected by
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