Russian lace is a continuous tape lace using few pairs of bobbins, The number of bobbins used remains small.
The essential feature of this lace is a continuous tape-like trail which follows a sinuous path, curling around to form an infinite variety of elegant designs. When tapes touch the joining is made directly using a hook. Elsewhere, the joining is by plaited bars . The trail is usually of wholestitch, and is looped along both sides with twisted stitch (forming picots). Rarely contains, some oval points d’esprit (leaves or wheatears).
Estas piezas estaban expuestas en el Congreso Internacional de Encaje en Kobe (Japón).