Rokoko - (1730 bis 1770/1780) Kyoto Costume Museum

Half-Boned Duchess Stays or Corset for Century Costuming - via Americanduchess on Etsy Such a pretty design!

1780's stays reproduction,  after a Norah Waugh pattern.  Can be worn reversed.  Printed cotton voile, coutil interlining,  chintz lining.  Spring steel and spiral boning. Cotton bias binding. Costume maker: Angela Mombers.

stays reproduction, after a Norah Waugh pattern. Can be worn reversed. Printed cotton voile, coutil interlining, chintz lining. Spring steel and spiral boning.

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Manon Lescaut costume corset and panniers from the "PrimeDonne - Le donne di Puccini" Exhibition, Milan, 17 December March never seen padded side hoops.

Victorian silk brocade and silk satin dinner dress with lace detail by House of Pingat [French], c. 1878 {detail of silk brocade} Amelia loves her silks and satin and detailed embroidery, as do we!

Victorian silk brocade and silk satin dinner dress with lace detail by House of Pingat [French], c. 1878 {detail of silk brocade silk brocade and silk satin dinner dress with lace detail by House of Pingat [French], c. 1878 {detail of silk brocade}

Perin Westerhof Nyman, Toronto, Canada  For more information or to contact me, please visit Isabel Northwode Costumes on facebook           ...

Perin Westerhof Nyman, Toronto, Canada For more information or to contact me, please visit Isabel Northwode Costumes on facebook ...

Stays (1770-1790)

Making 18th Century Stays

1770 - 1790 Stays Place of origin: England (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silk damask, lined with linen, reinforced with whalebone, hand-sewn.

Before the Automobile: 1780s stays, 2012

My favorite surviving century stays can be found in the Victoria & Albert museums collections. As my previous stays were starting to s.

“Sew 17th century Challenge” – The Bodice (part 3 – Finishing) at Fashion Through History

“Sew 17th century Challenge” – The Bodice (part 3 – Finishing)

1740s Woman's riding waistcoat at the Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg…

Woman's riding waistcoat at the Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg - "The embroidered decorations that resemble military frogging support the belief that this goes with riding costume.

Beautiful 1780s stays, entirely handsewn.

These stays are made of three layers of linen and will eventually have a fourth layer consisting of a loose lining. Stays - Side I

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