|detalhe: renda tenerife|
"These two laces are both based on the 17th century Spanish Sol lace — a form of drawn-thread work with circular patterns built up on a skeleton of woven threads. By the 19th century the way the lace was made had changed and there were differences between the methods used for the lace known as Tenerife in Spain and Nanduti in Paraguay and other parts of South America."
|detalhe: renda nhanduti|
See more about the wonderful text that shows tenerife lace and nanduti lace differences at Tenerife and Nanduti Lace . Lace Guild is the largest organization for lacemakers in the British Islesthat aims are to provide information about the craft of lacemaking, its history and use; to promote a high standard of lacemaking and to encourage its development..