Venice lace

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Ven·ice lace

or Ven·ise lace  (vĕn′ĭs)

[Translation of French point de Venise : point, point lace + de, of + Venise, Venice, Italy (where fine lace has traditionally been produced).]
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Athienou village is famous on the island for its lace and its homegrown lace-making techniques known as Venice lace, which has led the Athienou municipality and Kallinikio municipal museum in Athienou to offer lacemaking workshops.
Venice lace is a heavy damask lace with large floral embroidery that's perfect for a swim cover-up.
The sweetheart neckline was covered with Venice lace and adorned with seed pearls and Swarovski crystal beading which could also be found encircling the bottom of the gown.
The wedding: Amy wore a Justin Alexander strapless ivory-coloured dress of tulle and Venice lace. For the church ceremony, Amy wore a bodice of tulle and lace over her dress which she removed for the wedding breakfast and evening reception.
Whether the overall look incorporated a touch of romance, as did LamanBlu's mix of velvet ribbon trims, Venice lace and rich jewel tones; a dash of uber-trendy vintage style, like Mim-Pi's stunning Fair-Isle and chevron sweater sets; or Appaman's innovative mix of innovative shapes, fun graphics and kid-friendly style, the kid and tween clothing looks for fall were all about the upscale.
The wedding gown featured a flowing organza skirt accented by a sweetheart neckline bodice of intricately beaded Venice lace and sleeves.
Her skirt of tulle over lace swept into a chapel-length train and was accentuated with appliques of Venice lace. The back of her gown featured a sheer panel of tulle extending from her shoulders to her waist Her chapel-length illusion veil fell from the crown of her head and was finished with a tiny ribbon of silk satin.
The bride wore a formal gown of off-white silk Venice lace and tulle.
Given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, the bride wore a fitted ivory gown with light gold and silver Venice lace and a crystal, floral embellishment at the empire waist The low V-back was complemented with buttons to the bottom of the chapel-length train.
Given in marnage by her parents and escorted by her father, the bride wore a feminine strapless gown in re-embroidered Venice lace and French tulle with a sweetheart neckline.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a formal ivory gown of Venice lace featuring a bateau neckline and cap sleeves.
The elaborate overlay was adorned with beaded Venice lace appliques, embroidery, and crystals.