noun, plural gui·pures [gi-pyoo rz; French gee-pyr] /gɪˈpyʊərz; French giˈpür/.
Origin of guipure
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Historical Examples of guipure
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 case inside is made of cardboard, covered on both sides with blue satin, and the guipure d'art on the outside only.
And she advanced towards the door to meet a little old lady in a Carmelite taffeta gown and a cap of guipure with long borders.Sentimental Education, Volume II
The great ladies paid fifty louis a yard for guipure, and then ran carelessly through the woods with these transparent dresses.The Conspirators
Alexandre Dumas (Pere)