MALTESE LACE

Maltese and Gozitan households mastered lace making since time immemorial, but the craft was given a huge boost with arrival of the Order of St John. Demand surged during the Baroque Age since the intricate weaves featured prominently in the then flamboyant couture. Lace received a second push during the 19th-century when well-organised production houses were set up.

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