Ouvrages de Dames means Ladies work and is usually associated with needlework, crochet, knitting, and such. The title of this booklet is Ouvrages de Dames Dessins Varies pour Crochet, Filet, Tulle, Tricot, Frivolite, Guipure, Tapisserie, etc. Commission No. 50 Exportation, Jules Trigoulet Editeur, Ancienne Maison Rosselin, Paris. This French booklet from the Ancienne Maison Rosselin in Paris contains varied designs for lace. The booklet is edited by Jules Trigoulet. This little booklet has 8 pages of lace patterns that fold out from the cover in an accordion style. The back cover is present but detached, but the interior patterns are all present and in good condition. The booklet is from the late 1800's to early 1900's. The lace patterns can be used for handwork or make a wonderful addition to a collection or for use in textile research.
Ouvrages de Dames French Lace Patterns Jules Trigoulet, Editor. Ancienne Maison Rosselin, Paris