Organdized baton baby skirt set and Alencon lace and Swiss organdi canopy with valenciennes interdos

Pequesybebés

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Set of organized drumstick and lace of Alencon with Swiss organdi canopy with entrees of valenciennes and Swiss batsman

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104,00 €

130,00 €

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The body of the skirt is woven in silly knit with a central drawing drawn in the shape of a uve. The skirt is made of an organized drummer with a lace entrees of Alencon in the center and with double-needle jars. The skirt has been handcrafted in Spanish factories with exquisite care in the details. .

The top is an exclusive model of Pequesybebés handmade in Swiss ivory organdi, with trains of valenciennes and batista on top and steering wheel of the same color. It has topped the nape of the neck with a small satin bow.

It is a classic baby cap for baptisms and special occasions; It is lined inside with batista to prevent the organdi, which is a rigid fabric, from come into contact with the baby's skin.

The lace of Alencon is an exclusive French lace declared by UNESCO Good of Cultural Interest handmade by teachers in cashiers. Its exclusivity lies in the process of realization: layers of embroidery are superimposed on the tulle until the embroidery enhances. 7 hours of continuous work is used for every square inch of lace encaje

Organdi is a very thin and transparent cotton muslin that has a starched touch due to a chemical procedure that gives it that characteristic texture. It is a fabric highly appreciated for its quality that is used in the manufacture of christening costumes, communion ... It differs from the organza in that it can be silk or cotton and in the number of threads used in its manufacture.

The organized drummer is a drummer who has received organdi treatment, so she maintains a very similar feel but her ironing is easier.

It is a perfect ensemble as a Christian costume to baptize the baby and as a ceremonial costume.

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