â€œFrills, Frippery, and Fineryâ€,--an exhibit showcasing lace collars and accessories for the well-dressed woman of the Victorian and Edwardian Eras, 1840 â€“1914 opens at The Lace Museum on January 19 and will run through June 22. Exquisite collars of hand made bobbin and needle lace, fans, gloves, stockings, reticules and ribbons will be on display. Needle laces such as Gros Point de Venice and Point de Gaze and Bobbin Laces such as Rosaline, Miracourt and Brussels will be included in the display.
The Lace Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday, 11am â€“ 4pm.
The museum gift shop also offers heirloom quality lace products and a full line of lacemaking items. The Lace Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and is located at 552 South Murphy Avenue in Sunnyvale, CA 94086 with free parking. Admission is free with a charge for groups