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A Medici cage crinoline 'with improver', late 1860s-early 1870s, stamped 'R.Gates, Regd 37 Old Change', of scarlet wool lined in checked glazed cotton, with metal struts

Medici cage crinoline 'with improver', late scarlet wool lined in checked glazed cotton, with metal struts

Cage Crinoline Made Of Metal And Cotton - American   c.1880's  -  The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

Cage crinoline Date: Culture: American Medium: metal, cotton Dimensions: Diameter (approx. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Miss Marian H. Smith, 1979 Accession Number: This artwork is not on display

Bonhams. Thomson's crinoline  The 1860s crinoline bound in red wool, with a calico hem

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Bustle Cage Crinoline   c.1862-1870  The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

England - Woman's Bustle Cage Crinoline - Wool twill, cotton plain weave with stamped grid pattern, cotton twill tape, cotton-braid-covered steel, and metal

A Favorite Of The Empress (Cage crinoline) | V&A Search the Collections

A Favorite Of The Empress (Cage crinoline)

Hoops  Date: early 1860s Culture: American Medium: metal, cotton

Hoops early The Metropolitan Museum of Art Here you can see the oval shape of the lower hoops and how the long trains of the hoop gowns of the gave rise to the bustle of the and

RIGHT A cotton crinoline frame, circa 1870, flat in front and with nine metal bands, elasticated inner bands; together with a white horsehair bustle c.1870; LEFT and a coarse white calico bustle or half pannier - fancy dress,

RIGHT A cotton crinoline frame, circa flat in front and with nine metal bands, elasticated inner bands; together with a white horsehair bustle LEFT and a coarse white calico bustle or half pannier - fancy dress,

Corset Date: 1830–35 Culture: American Medium: cotton, bone Dimensions: 21 in. (53.3 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Mrs. Richard Herz, 1967 Accession Number: 2009.300.2892a, b

216 NOTE: Ladies Corset Corset, dated American. Marking: Handwritten in ink: "Eliza Southard." Multiple views available.

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