Mary Mangan
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  • Somerville MA
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Mary Mangan replied to Mary Mangan's discussion Not a lace ID: looking for a pillow style in the group Identification-History
"I just found this example in New England: https://www.historicnewengland.org/explore/collections-access/gusn/11032/ That's the wildest covering I've seen so far. "
Sep 12
Laurie Waters replied to Mary Mangan's discussion Not a lace ID: looking for a pillow style in the group Identification-History
"Here's my list of books on Queyras lace: Michele Andreu, Dentelles en Queyras, 2001, Éditions du Fournel, 2, avenue de Vallouise, 05120 L'Argentère La Bessée Claire le Goaziou, Dentelles du Queyras et des…"
Sep 9
Mary Mangan replied to Mary Mangan's discussion Not a lace ID: looking for a pillow style in the group Identification-History
"For anyone who is interested in this topic, Maria Greil has emailed me with some more information on these pillows and other fabulous images she has in her personal collection.  She points me to this book--which appears to have the plans for…"
Sep 9
Lorelei Halley Administrator replied to Mary Mangan's discussion Not a lace ID: looking for a pillow style in the group Identification-History
"this type of pillow, a sort of wheel, was used in the mountains between France and Italy, and Switzerland. The laces made were a form of "freehand" lace. a few of the ones on this page (mine) are of your…"
Sep 8
Elizabeth Ligeti replied to Mary Mangan's discussion Not a lace ID: looking for a pillow style in the group Identification-History
"Very interesting, - and what a good thing this history is being preserved here and shared with us all. Amazing the skills of the various craftspeople. And how good there are still folks like us around to appreciate it!!"
Sep 8
Laurie Waters replied to Mary Mangan's discussion Not a lace ID: looking for a pillow style in the group Identification-History
"I did a piece on lace furniture on LaceNews back in 2011: https://lacenews.net/2011/06/05/collecting-furniture-for-the-lacemaker/"
Sep 8
Mary Mangan replied to Mary Mangan's discussion Not a lace ID: looking for a pillow style in the group Identification-History
"Oh, that's a huge help--I can see him working even fairly recently on these. I really appreciate the lead, and the other info about the furniture too! I was considering writing up a piece on lace furniture at some point for our local lace…"
Sep 8
Laurie Waters replied to Mary Mangan's discussion Not a lace ID: looking for a pillow style in the group Identification-History
"The person who made my colored Queyras pillow and the carved bobbins was Marc Amblard:marcjanette.amblard@gmail.com He also did a beautiful Maurienne pillow and stand for…"
Sep 8
Laurie Waters replied to Mary Mangan's discussion Not a lace ID: looking for a pillow style in the group Identification-History
"The reason these are so expensive is that you are competing with collectors of traditional chip carving, and good rare pieces always go for high prices. Fakes are rampant in this field, so be careful, especially when you see a date. Here's…"
Sep 8
Mary Mangan replied to Mary Mangan's discussion Not a lace ID: looking for a pillow style in the group Identification-History
"The carvings are lovely and diverse, from what I've seen. But I also love the clever little storage door, and it looks like that has some helpful dating on it, at least in some of…"
Sep 8
Mary Mangan replied to Mary Mangan's discussion Not a lace ID: looking for a pillow style in the group Identification-History
"Yeah, the NY Historical collection also has a number of the intricate bobbins too: https://emuseum.nyhistory.org/objects/69355/lace-bobbin ;"
Sep 8
Jo Edkins replied to Mary Mangan's discussion Not a lace ID: looking for a pillow style in the group Identification-History
"It looks to me as if it is a type of bolster pillow - i.e. you pin the pattern round it, and turn the pillow to work it. The end carvings are beautiful but irrelevant. "
Sep 8
Elizabeth Ligeti replied to Mary Mangan's discussion Not a lace ID: looking for a pillow style in the group Identification-History
"I saw a gorgeous pillow like this at a home in Tasmania (Australia) about 30 or more years ago.  There was some lace being worked on it, and the Continental bobbins were beautifully carved too, - ? to match.  It was held in a special…"
Sep 7
Mary Mangan replied to Mary Mangan's discussion Not a lace ID: looking for a pillow style in the group Identification-History
"Gorgeous. Exactly what I'd love to find somewhere. I found a blog or two, but no links to someone who sells them so far."
Sep 7
Laurie Waters replied to Mary Mangan's discussion Not a lace ID: looking for a pillow style in the group Identification-History
"These are pillows from Queyras in the French Alps. I bought a modern copy in 2009 - their bobbins are carved and amazing.  This is largely a freehand lace.https://nnmml.org/Lace/France/Equipment_web/pages/Queyras_1_jpg.htm Laurie…"
Sep 7
Mary Mangan added a discussion to the group Identification-History
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Not a lace ID: looking for a pillow style

Wandering through Wikipedia again today, I came across this kind of "lace loom" or "lace drum" according to Google translate. The page says "Tambour à dentelle". It wasn't represented on the bobbin lace Wikipedia page, so I added it to that too. This is the image and the details page: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Gens_de_l%27alpe_Mus%C3%A9e_dauphinois_2020_abc90.jpgIt is also…See More
Sep 7

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What is your primary lace interest? Feel free to check more than one.
lace maker
What kinds of lace do you make or collect?
Torchon, Ipswich
What kinds of lace do you want to learn?
Bucks point, modern, wire
Photo sharing site with photos of your work, if you have one (picasa,flickr,photobucket,etc)
http://www.instagram.com/memsomerville/
Tell us more about your lace interests.
I'm interested in historical lace, especially Revolutionary War period. But I would like to sample widely and learn about many styles.

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1885,1212.15

Print made by: Johann Jakob Haid

Interior with a seated woman tatting; bird in a cage on the wall to left. c.1770s Mezzotint

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At 4:40pm on June 26, 2020, Lorelei Halley Administrator said…

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