The application of honiton sprigs upon bobbin net has been of late years almost superseded by this modern guipure.
We had scouted pretty closely all round honiton, examining the country people, without hearing of any troops.
Until the present century no lace was heard of but pillow-lace,—a domestic manufacture, of which honiton was the most famous seat.
As for the prisoner, he was sent off under guard to honiton gaol; I don't know what became of him.
honiton guipure lace is distinguished by the groundwork being of various stitches, in place of being sewn upon a net ground.
Her beautiful hair was very simply dressed and on it lay a wreath of orange blossoms covered by a veil of honiton lace.
The centre of a flower in honiton appliqué may be in worked various ways.
Thus, one of their number was postmaster of Gloucester, another postmaster of honiton, and a third postmaster of Portsmouth.
This design may be made up in Battenburg braid, or of point or honiton braid according to the texture of the lace desired.
A quarter of a mile in about three centuries, which shows that honiton is not a place that stands still.