Lace is applied to ornamental open work formed of f threads of flax, cotton, silk, gold or silver, and occasionally mohair or aloe fibre, looped or plaited or twisted together by hand,
(1) with needle, when the work is distinctively known as " needlepoint lace ";

(2) with bobbins, pins and a pillow or cushion, when the work is known as " pillow lace "; and-

(3) by steam-driven machinery, when imitations of both needlepoint and pillow laces are produced. Lace-making implies the production of ornament and fabric concurrently. Without a pattern or design the fabric of lace cannot be made

-see also:
"Lace" is in the NAICS Code "313249"
  (Other Knit Fabric and Lace MillsKnitting lace)


"Lace" is in the HS Code "5804"
  Tulles And Other Net Fabrics, Not Including Woven, Knitted Or Crocheted Fabrics; Lace In The Piece,

"Lace" is in the UNSPSC Code "11162109"
  Lace

Ref: 122863/2006-10-12

 

 


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