Skond Erin Serracino-Inglott dan huwa: “drapp, imnikket bl-ilwien, ħafif u rqiq, li jiswa l-aktar għall-velijiet u xi lbiesi tan-nisa”

English: A thin and light drape used mostly for veils and certain women’s dresses.

Sors: Għarbi

Għerq: B-R-X


or Batesta

Batiste: a balanced plain weave, a fine cloth made from cotton or linen such as cambric. Batiste was often used as a lining fabric for high-quality garments. Batiste is also used for handkerchiefs (cotton batiste) and lingerie (batiste de soie).

Source: Italian

Plural: Batisti

Ref: JA


Blonde lace is a continuous bobbin lace from France that is made of silk. The term blonde refers to the natural color of the silk thread.[1] Originally this lace was made with the natural-colored silk, and later in black.

Source: Italian