Tunisian or point lace forms a very good edging to a mantelboard, and when a foot deep, or nearly so, it is extremely handsome.
It was Howel's pleasure that she should make it in point lace and diamonds.
It was of white satin, with a point lace overskirt, looped up at intervals with tiny bouquets of orange blossoms.
In one corner, a fair philosopher in blue velvet and point lace, took the Sun in hand facetiously.
Their veils were circular and of point lace; their chaplets of natural orange blossoms woven by Madeleine herself.
He went to the drawing-room, where my lady sat looking regally beautiful in black velvet and point lace.
Beckford, in describing the apartment of a Spanish lady, writes: "Her bed was of the richest blue velvet trimmed with point lace."
She wore, I remember, a black brocaded silk and point lace fichu.
point lace is made of very fine plain braid with much finer thread and more elaborate stitches.
point lace of the old sort was the highest form of needle art.