International fashion trends, newest functional development in textile and our expertise are the bases for our new collection, twice a year. The changing lace creations convince with the most diverse designs varying from classic to modern, playfully floral to graphically elegant and detailed to plain. Our lace has many faces. Thus, our lace ribbons and fabrics meet the requirements of even the most challenging of customer wishes. Your ideas and concepts, too, will be transformed into aesthetic lace – quick and flexible.
Raw Material Production
In one year we produce up to 200.000 kilogram premium lace. We owe this high productivity to our modern machinery that consists of knitting machines and equipment of the company Karl Mayer. At the present time, these rank among the most efficient and common technologies. Whether it's Raschel technique, Jaquardtronic or Textronic – our products range from the classic aesthetic laces to more delicate ornaments through to plastic patterns adorned with 3D effect. We produce both non-elastic and elastic and even bi-elastic lace fabrics and ribbons. In each and every case, though, our products are certified to OEKO-TEX® Standard 100.
In our inhouse-dyeworks, not only our but also your textiles can be prepared for their individual appearance depending on the customer's demands and color templates. No matter whether it's is light pastel, vibrant or rich and dark, plain or bicolored – our spectrum is infinite. Numerous other finishing techniques belong to the repertoire of Dresden's lace manufactory: odour-inhibiting, anti-bacterial, antistatic or softening, dirt-repellant and oleophobic for the car industry, hydrophilic or –phobic, flame-retardant, rigid for decorations and floristics and special effects.
Manually, the delicate curved edges on our allover lace are worked out and small ribbons are being separated by trained staff. Next, the lace has to pass a thorough inhouse quality control before it is dispatched to our customers all over the world. There, it is processed to clothing , underwear, stockings and more.
Lace combines aesthetics, grace and elegance – but that's not all! Depending on your creative and functional concepts we can supply individual, unconventional, eccentric, fancy, three-dimensional lace fabrics and ribbons.
You name it.
On lace-top stockings, lace appears tempting, dreamy, playful or wild and exciting. The quick-change artist among the premium fabrics has lots of different faces, but yet still remains timelessly beautiful. Lace, though, is also young: lace thrills and lace comes from Dresden.
Manufactured into lingerie, negligés or functional shapewear, our lace shows itself in its most natural form as second skin for the fair sex. Veiled in lace, every woman cuts a grand figure. Refine your line of lingerie on highest standards with Dresdner Spitzen.
Laces have been manufactured in Dresden since 1884. This makes us one of Europe's oldest lace factories and also one of the leading producers and suppliers of elastic and inelastic lace ribbons and fabrics. An innovative company sprouted out of these traditional roots; a company able to respond flexibly to your needs. Since everything from our production sheds up to the office space is all under one roof, we can guarantee open and short communication channels and fast production routes. If you want to know more about our company, feel free to read through our chronicle's PDF: History of Dresdner Spitzen
Our OEKOTEX STeP (Sustainable Textile Produktion) certification confirms sustainable processes for each production step and meeting the requirements of 6 modules: chemicals, environmental performance, environmental management, social responsibility, quality management and safety. More information you can find on OEKOTEX STeP website.
Dresdner Gardinen- und Spitzenmanufaktur M. & S. Schröder GmbH & Co. KG
Geschäftsführer: Dr.-Ing. Sascha Schröder
Ust.-Id.: DE 811 896 186
Handelsregister: HRA 2456
Gerichtsstand: AG Dresden
M. & S. Schröder Gmbh
Handelsregister: HRB 12846
Gerichtsstand: AG Dresden
Programmierung: Anne Richter, Sara Schönherr
Fotos: Ronald Schmidt