Cream-white antique corset. The top of the corset is edged in a band of finely made lace trim with two cream-coloured silk ribbons.
c. 1900-10 peach Edwardian corset (looks like coutil)
Corset, 1770s Italian Yellow, red, and ivory silk compound weave Gift of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1940 (C.I.40.173.6a–e). By the 1770s, steel was being used in stays, which increased their strength, though not their flexibility.
One of the most spectacular corsets I think I’ve ever seen, this raspberry silk delight is from 1908. The goddess Dita Von Teese (can ...