This embellished black lace is a marvelous creation by Solstiss, one of the most renowned French lace manufacturers of our days. The most part is covered with beads and sequins, attached to the delicate ground in fine vertical rows.
This cotton blend lace features an intricate botanical pattern, carefully outlined with matching soutache cord. With its medium weight and textured feel, this lace drapes gorgeously, providing a creative mind with infinite design possibilities.
This black lace features an all-over pattern with rose and ornamental motifs, carefully outlined with matching soutache cord. Woven from a balanced blend of premium fibers, the lace is durable and keeps its original appearance and colorway for a long time.
This embellished black lace is a fancy creation by Ruffo Coli, one of the leading Italian lace manufacturers of our days. The openwork ground is strewn with sequins and beads that provide some delicate glimmer, adding weight and texture and drawing attention to the geometrical pattern.
This black guipure lace fabric features a whimsical pattern of swirls and twirls, worked up into a delicate background for lush embroidery. Blooming roses made with hot red and green threads sit side by side with tiny white flowers with yellow hearts.
This premium Chantilly lace fabric offers a daring combination of various patterns and textures for a stunning visual effect. The French team incorporates sheer insets into the design, topping it off with tone-on-tone embroidery.
This black Chantilly lace fabric features a floral pattern outlined with matching glass bugles. The lightweight ground is decorated with floral appliques of various sizes, made of mysteriously shimmering metallized lace.
This black Chantilly lace fabric features a subtle fusion of floral bouquet and point d’esprit patterns. One half of this delicate cloth is embellished with matching lace appliques and lace frills running along the bottom.
This black guipure lace fabric boasts a luxurious floral design, infused with fairytale references. The Swiss masters finished each flower with open-weave details and added texture to the leaves, putting their hearts into the creation.