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Back-  Medium: Multi colored silk brocade    c.1750; France

Stays, FIT Museum Stay - back view Medium: Multicolor silk brocade Date: Country: France Credit: Museum Purchase Object Number:

1750-1760  Museon Arlaten

Boned bodice, France Rose silk with a pattern of flower bouquets in multicoloured silks, back made of crimson damask, linen lining.

Hidden details: The garment was designed in a way to allow Elizabeth a little extra room

Queen Elizabeth I's 415-year-old funeral corset is carefully restored

Hidden details: The garment was designed in a way to allow Elizabeth a little extra room

Buscando información sobre jubones, cotetas / justillos, me he encontrado cositas, que pueden ser interesantes. “Para cortar este jubón de seda será necesario doblar la seda la mitad sobre la otra mitad, haziendo lomo por el un cabo y de la parte de nuestra mano derecha se cortara la espalda deste jubón del lomo de la seda, y luego sobre la espalda se cortará los quartos delanteros por las orillas, y se cortarse an luego la...

Buscando información sobre jubones, cotetas / justillos, me he encontrado cositas, que pueden ser interesantes. “Para cortar este jubón de seda será necesario doblar la seda la mitad sobre la otra mitad, haziendo lomo por el un cabo y de la parte de nuestra mano derecha se cortara la espalda deste jubón del lomo de la seda, y luego sobre la espalda se cortará los quartos delanteros por las orillas, y se cortarse an luego la...

Madeline : The Whore of Paris - Book 2 by David McWhinnie. $2.99. 99 pages. Publisher: Profitcatch Ltd (November 17, 2012). 18th Century Paris, France.The continuing saga of sixteen year old Madeline's life, her plight into prostitution and the awakening of her own sexuality.- Strictly adults only - Show more Show less

Corset, third quarter of century European Green silk damask. Referred to as "stays" until the late nineteenth century, the corset was the basic garment of every woman's wardrobe.

As far as I can tell, these are the most historically accurate, well-fitted reproduction undergarments that I have ever seen.  Clearly, this woman is a genius.  And a perfectionist.  Emphasis on the genius.  Before the Automobile: 1780's stays

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

18th Century Stays/Corset Gold and Black Brocade Custom Made Reproduction

Marie Antoinette Century Stays Corset Gold and Black Brocade Custom Period Historical Underpinning for Reenactment LARP

collective-history:    Woman’s corset (stays) c. 1730–1740. Silk plain weave with supplementary weft-float patterning, stiffened with baleen.  Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Description Woman's corset, France, c. Silk plain weave with supplementary weft-float patterning Date c. Medium Silk plain weave with supplementary weft-float patterning

Stays, ca 1790 England or France, the V Museum--a lot like the Past Patterns pattern

Pattern Drafting

1790 stays Cotton with silk embroidery, boning, and lined with linen. Victoria and Albert Museum

18th century undergarments - how uncomfortable these must've been in the summer heat without air conditioning!

century undergarments - how uncomfortable these must've been in the summer heat without air conditioning!

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