Venise lace

Ven·ise lace

 (vĕn′ĭs)
n.
Variant of Venice lace.
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Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of ivory beaded Point de Venise lace over light gold satin with a V-shaped neckline and a fitted empire bodice encrusted with crystals.
At that same market, Pillowtex showed its Charisma white luxury towels with venise lace and embroidery, and Springs added applique and embroidery to its Wamsutta towel line.
The fitted strapless sweetheart-neckline bodice was adorned with Venise lace and sprinkled with seed pearls.
Pillowtex enhanced its Charisma luxury white towels with the use of venise lace and embroidery.
Venise lace beaded with seed pearls and clear sequins adorned the gown and Tiffany-length train.
A 72 by 72 panel curtain is made up of lace with detailing such as flowers, point d'esprit stitches and Venise lace for elegant framing effects.
Escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a strapless gown of candlelight silk organza with rows of Venise lace and soutache braid surrounding the bodice and trellising down the front of the gown to edge the hemline and chapel-length train.
We're offering, in white and bone, tone-on-tone towels with laurel leaf embroidery or Venise lace inset," said Colquitt.
The strapless fitted bodice was embroidered with beaded Venise lace, and the A-line skirt swept into a semicathedral-length train.
Venise Lace, in white and parchment, features delicate Greek key embroidery on the comforter face and drops, as well as on the hems, shams and accessories.