The wars of lace is not a made up description. It is an almost contemporary descriptor of both the War of the Spanish Succession, the Great Northern War (between Sweden and Russia) and the later wars of Austrian Succession.
Saying its like the Jacobite rebellion (which one would be my question) would be saying there was no difference between The Great War and the Second World war.
The Marlburian period is a common usage of the fact that one of the great commanders of the period was John Churchill, the Duke of Marlborough.
Its called the war of lace because (either)
1) The battles in the low countries were fought around towns and cities famed for the lace trade
2) the uniforms of the soldiers were elegantly tailored with yards of lace.
(any good history book will have this information in, since it was one of the most important wars in history)
Maybe not entirely ‘made up’...but definitely much more common in gaming usage than anywhere else (out of the first 100 Google hits, about 90% of them were gaming…both table top and computer related with a couple being SCA/re-enactor links)...
You will probably get better results searching by actual dates. There should be more SCA/re-enactor related stuff come up that way.
But as far as for items for Daz models…there’s not going to be very much available (if anything). Kit-bashing and retexturing are the order of the day (>>>hint, hint…wink…nudge…pssst….Cho, that’s your cue…)