An unusual performance of a white lace originating from Koniakow framed in a black, varnished frame. A large, round tablecloth (diameter 60 cm) is enclosed in a square frame and presented on a graphite background. The whole composition is elegant and toned down. Big, circular tablecloth is made in a crochet technology. This tablecloth presents vegetable motifs. The author achieved an impression of three-dimensional space by providing motifs of convex flowers. All elements of this pattern were created separately and then they were joined with fine “spiders”. Presented lace originates from Koniakow – the most famous Polish crochet lace centre, where lace traditions are cultivated since XIX century. Laces taking their origin in Koniakow are world-famous. Local products were delivered i.a. to Queen of England, president Kennedy and to popes – John XXIII and John Paul II. This tablecloth manufactured with application of unique technology will pose a perfect decoration of both modern and stylish interiors.
Attention: The price is for 1 piece of Koniakow lace in frame
Koniaków is the most well-known crocheted lace-making centre. The lace-making traditions date back to the XIXth century. Due to the growing demand for lace, the local schools provided crochet craft work classes. Later the art of lace-making was passed from generation to generation. Today almost all women from Koniaków and Istebna can boast to have acquired this skill. Vegetable motifs are characteristic of the Koniaków laces. Each element is made separately. Later consecutive elements are joined together with the use of a spider method, circles, or geometric the figures. Most often Koniaków lace is made from beige cordon. Koniaków creators cultivate Koniaków traditions and old patterns. However, they have not run short of inventions and non-standard ideas. To render the Koniaków lace more popular they contributed a non-standard idea to produce Koniaków strings, thanks to which Koniaków lace-makers managed to appeal to the young generation taste. . Koniaków laces are well-known world-wide. The local makes found their way to the Queen of England, President Kennedy and popes John XXIII and John Paul II.
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