The Lefébure factory was active in Bayeux between 1829 and 1932. This was one of the most important French lace houses of this period. Great connoisseurs of the history of hand-made lace, Auguste Lefébure, and then his son Ernest, approached perfection in the virtuosic creation of ancient and contemporary point techniques. Here, the Flanders style lace technique in a historical interpretive version.
Inscription on the label: "L. ROUFF / Collection Lefébure / 5266-1300 / 5.95 Milan / le m 275 fr"


  • Title: Lace frill
  • Manufacturer: Atelier LEFEBURE
  • Location Created: France
  • Physical Dimensions: 21 x 186
  • Type: Hand-made lace (patch bobbins), Flanders style
  • Medium: Linen and cotton
  • period: around 1900
  • Inventory number: CiDM 1993.26.27
  • Conservatory storage: Calais, France

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