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Corset  Date: third quarter 18th century Culture: American Medium: silk, linen, reed, leather

Corset Date: third quarter century Culture: American Medium: silk, linen, reed, leather Dimensions: Length at CB: 16 in. cm) Accession Number: b

Dénomination	corps (à baleines)  Auteur/exécutant	anonyme  Millésime création/exécution	1750 entre ; 1760 et  Matériaux/techniques	soie, armure façonnée, cousu à la main ; soie, damas ; lin, toile ; soie, satin ; soie, sergé ; lin, toile, rembourré ; peau, fanon de baleine, lin, découpé, toile, cousu à la main  Numéro d'inventaire	2003.0.883

Dénomination corps (à baleines) Auteur/exécutant anonyme Millésime création/exécution 1750 entre ; 1760 et Matériaux/techniques soie, armure façonnée, cousu à la main ; soie, damas ; lin, toile ; soie, satin ; soie, sergé ; lin, toile, rembourré ; peau, fanon de baleine, lin, découpé, toile, cousu à la main Numéro d'inventaire 2003.0.883

Corset    National Trust Inventory Number 1348926  CategoryCostume  Date1770 - 1799  MaterialsLinen

Corset National Trust Inventory Number 1348926 Category Costume Date 1770 - 1799 Materials Linen Measurements Place of origin Collection Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)

18th century stays: Original Stays Online

Nordiska Museet Glazed Woolen Stays Philadelphia Museum of Art Child's Stays Philadelphia Museum of Art Blue Wool Twill Stays Ph.

FIGURED SILK JUMPS French, mid-18th c. Made of silk, cotton or linen, jumps usually fastened at the front with ties, buttons or—as in this example—metal hooks. Antonia prefers to wear jumps for at-home wear. AUTUMN DUCHESS

FIGURED SILK JUMPS French, c. Made of silk, cotton or linen, jumps usually fastened at the front with ties, buttons or—as in this example—metal hooks. Antonia prefers to wear jumps for at-home wear.

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