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Corset. London, England, early 19th century V&A

1825 White cotton corset with silk trapunto work. Busk down centre middle, separate breast double-gussets with trapunto strap in centre of each breast. Corded and quilted work down sides of corset, armholes set quite far back. Laces down the back.

ca. 1820 Stays From pinterest.com:alisonkmore:corsets-stays-stomachers-petticoats-crinolines-oth:

The constricting design of ancien and Victorian corsets waned during the Revolutionary era as can be seen in this corset from around

Corset c.1825-1835, The Victoria & Albert Museum

Corset Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: ca. 1825 - 1835 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Cotton, silk thread, trapunto work Museum number: Gallery location: In Storage

Cotton corded corset, 1800-1825. Augusta Auctions: "White tabby cotton w/ geometric pattern, bone eyelets, center front busk channel."

Cotton corded corset, Augusta Auctions: "White tabby cotton w/ geometric pattern, bone eyelets, center front busk channel.

Corded and boned stays | MFA Boston | 1820s

In last week’s (well, almost week before lasts at this point!) Five for Friday post, when I discussed transitional stays, and succumbing to the temptation to make ‘reenactor style’ Regency stays (whic

Regency corset, c1810

Stays Corset possibly French, worn in America, early century Worn by Mehetable Stoddard Sumner (Welles), American, PLACE OF M.

ca. 1880 Angleterre probablement

Corset Date: ca. 1880 Culture: British (probably) Medium: cotton, silk, metal, bone Dimensions: Length at CF: 13 in.

Black corset, 1875. © Leicestershire County Council.

Black front busk corset of of lasting, cotton twill, and Hessian. It is laced at the back and has a straight, four-stud, metal busk at the front.

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