"Say laces and offer her some guipure," whispered Bixiou in Gazonal's ear.
The walls of her bed-chamber are hung with guipure and costly satin.
In every design where lace can be introduced, guipure d'Art will be found useful.
These squares are used for guipure d'art and for darning on.
The nave Miss Ursula was present, nearly smothered in black silk and guipure.
M. Blanc also considers that there is but a slight transition between embroidery and guipure, which he says was the first lace.
The great ladies paid fifty louis a yard for guipure, and then ran carelessly through the woods with these transparent dresses.
A particular kind of purl makes this border look very like guipure lace.
Lucille's dress of light blue faille silk, garnished with pearls and guipure lace, was very becoming.
guipure lace was called intelle à cartisane in England in the sixteenth century.