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1720s

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.

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Pret-a-papier: The incredible period gowns recreated with paper, glue, paint - and not a stitch of fabric. An century dress made by artist Isabelle de Borchagrave is part of an exhibition in which all the gowns are made entirely from paper MARIE INSPIRED

Corset, 1895–1905    The Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art    PHOTO

No wonder Laura hated wearing her corsets and refused to wear them while she slept like Ma and Mary did! Corset Date: Culture: probably American Medium: (a) cotton; (b) lace Dimensions: Length at CB: 11 in.

early 1700s - A LADY'S SILK CORSET - FRANCE, EARLY 18TH CENTURY brocaded with flowers against a powder blue ground, with numerous tabs edged with braid

century brocaded silk corset with flowers against a powder blue ground, with numerous tabs edged with braid

1780 pattern by Norah Waugh from Corsets and Crinolines. Waverly cotton Toile de Jouy, cotton denim, cotton trim, and basket reed boning. - by Bridges on the Body

So cool - also pattern consistent - Stays made from 1780 pattern by Norah Waugh from Corsets and Crinolines. Waverly cotton Toile de Jouy, cotton denim, cotton trim, and basket reed boning. - by Bridges on the Body

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