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Choose from 28 pictures in our Laps collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Lace-Making in the town of Bruges, Belgium 1907 Featured Print

Lace-Making in the town of Bruges, Belgium 1907

Mid-aged women working in their homes in Fladers on pillow lace-making. Working lots of hours for not much pay from seven in the morning till ten at night. The pattern is drawn full size on parchment, which is fastened to the pillow made to rest on their knee, parchment pins may be stuck at any required point. The pattern is then pricked over with pins holes at every point where pins require to be inserted in the sebsequent work of twisting and plaiting. Date: 1907

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

To the right hon'able Lord Viscount Kingsborough,... this p Featured Print

To the right hon'able Lord Viscount Kingsborough,... this p

To the right hon'able Lord Viscount Kingsborough,... this plate representing a perspective view of a lapping room, with the measuring, crisping or folding the cloth in lengths, picking the laps or lengths, tying in the clips, acting by the mechanic power of the laver to press the cloth round & firm, and sealing it preparatory to its going to the Linen Hall; is... inscribed by... Wm. Hincks. Print shows an interior view of a room in a mill or factory where several men are engaged in measuring, folding, and binding cloth into lengths. Date 1791 June 20. To the right hon'able Lord Viscount Kingsborough,... this plate representing a perspective view of a lapping room, with the measuring, crisping or folding the cloth in lengths, picking the laps or lengths, tying in the clips, acting by the mechanic power of the laver to press the cloth round & firm, and sealing it preparatory to its going to the Linen Hall; is... inscribed by... Wm. Hincks. Print shows an interior view of a room in a mill or factory where several men are engaged in measuring, folding, and binding cloth into lengths. Date 1791 June 20. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress