Three pieces of crocheted lace and a descriptive paper. Piece A contains a solid crocheted line in the middle and two crocheted lines with holes on each side, forming one piece altogether. Piece B contains crocheted lace pieces as described with piece A, but sewn together to form a lace of circles with additional thread in the center of each circle. Together they make a wide piece of lace that looks like a pattern of wheels sewn together. Piece C looks like a small piece of lace with a string of 8 oval sections crocheted. Piece of paper (D) may have been torn from a book and contains a printed drawing of how lace pieces such as piece C can be used in a pattern. Paper also has printed text at the bottom, reading "Corner of Center Piece in Honiton Braid and White Linen/ Description on page 473."
A: 11 x 0.25 in (27.94 x .64 cm) ; B: 30 x 2 in (76.2 x 5.08 cm ) ; C: 4.5 x 0.25 in (11.43 x .64 cm) ; D: 6 x 9.5 in (15.24 x 24.13 cm)