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Filet Work designs from the Seventeenth centuryFilet Work designs from the Seventeenth century from Gina's website.
VERY FINE HAIRNETA 75 year old hairnet in Knotted Net.
From the Hungarian Folklore MuseumFILET LACE BY THE SEA travels through time. The Hungarian Folklore Museum has a lot of pictures, history, etc. The texts are also in English. On this specific page, you will see 2 beautiful pieces of "Figural" Filet Lace in Linen Stitch (Point de toile - Halos Rece - Rececsipke) and a Filet Lace Guipure (Halos rece, Filet Lace, Erdely)
A wooden netting needle (shuttle)Two wooden spindles UC 7306ii, 7809, and a wooden netting needle UC 7806: UC 7306ii (top) is from Lahun, probably late Middle Kingdom, 1850-1750 BC, with modern yarn attached, the other two items are from Gurob, New Kingdom, 1550-1069 BC
Fragment of fishing netsNets used for fishing...? Fragments of fishing nets from Lahun and Gurob (about 1850-1069 BC) from the Petrie Museum
Hairnets and bonnets in Late Roman and Byzantine EgyptA text by Petra Linscheid Hairnet and bonnets made in "Sprang" technique, a kind of breading and not knotting.
"Sprang" and "Knotted"From late 2nd century - second half of 3rd century, in the HAWARA Roman tomb
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