Dana - Antique Style Ivory Cotton madras Lace Curtain Panelling Sold By The Metre- Width 62 Inches
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BEAUTIFUL COTTON MADRAS lace curtaining panelling Madras, a 100% cotton woven lace, is named after the city in India where the Victorians set up lace making factories in the mid 19th century. the weaving process for Madras lace is slow, taking a full day to produce twelve yards. The cotton is woven onto a net that is so sheer it resembles silk. This is the very finest lace made today. The result is a truly magnificent fabric with a rich overlay of pattern. Although all the Madras fabrics are as sheer as silk, the solid weave of the lace offers considerable privacy. An elegant and normally very costly fabric, Madras is currently on display in the White House in a number of room settings Madras lace is the finest woven lace made today. The manufacturing process is slow - taking a full day to produce 12 yards
THIS IS AN ORIGINAL TOP END DESIGNER LACE PANELLING
A 100% cotton madras period design lace curtain panelling. This is an original design made only for the top design houses across Europe, this is a period style design. Beautiful Natural cream in colour with original antique detailing, decorating this period design lace curtain. This period lace curtaining has finished sides and requires cutting to size and hemming top and bottom to create a rod pocket and hem
A traditional cotton lace curtain panel, featuring a flora sprig decoration. A reverse sheer madras lace made on authentic madras lace looms. This period lace curtaining has decorative finished sides.This is an unfinished panel length, so it will need hemming at the top and bottom. Cream/ Ivory in colour.
price is per metre multiple metres will be supplied in one long length.
The lace can be cut and finished (rod pocket to the top and hemmed finish to the bottom) by a professional seamstress at an additional cost of only £8 per panel. Click here to add the hemming service to your basket.
Priced by the metre. Select how many metres you'd like by changing the quantity (e.g. Qty: 3 = 3 metres etc).