Venise lace

Ve·​nise lace | \ və̇ˈnēs, ˈvenə̇s- \
variants: or less commonly Venise
plural -s

Definition of Venise lace

2 : a machine-made imitation of Venetian point made by the burnt-out process

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History and Etymology for Venise lace

venise from French, from Venise Venice, from Italian Venezia, from Latin Venetia

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“Venise lace.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 5 Aug. 2020.

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