Ragnhild Rønning

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My version of basic, 18th-century underwear (Except for stockings)

My version of basic, 18th-century underwear (Except for stockings)

How to Make an 18th Century Skirt It doesn't matter if you're making an under-petticoat to go under the dress skirt, a visible petticoat (Jupe for a Francaise or Anglaise), or a skirt to go with a jacket: The overall method is the same.

How to Make an Century Skirt It doesn't matter if you're making an under-petticoat to go under the dress skirt, a visible petticoat (Jupe for a Francaise or Anglaise), or a skirt to go with a jac (How To Make Dress Ideas)

Stays, 1770-1790, Great Britain, Silk damask, lined with linen, reinforced with whalebone. V

Place of origin: England (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silk damask, lined with linen, reinforced with whalebone, hand-sewn Credit Line: Given by Messrs Harrods Ltd.

Jumps. Cotton with twill tape, silk thread and whalebone. Britain, c.1790-95

Cotton with twill tape, silk thread and whalebone. Britain, Copyright © Victoria and Albert Museum, London / V Images -- All rights reserved.

Wool and linen stays dating to 1760-80, likely American.  An extremely rare rose color wool lined in blue and buff checked inner lining, with kid leather edging.  Sold on e-Bay in October 2004 for 2,324.52

Love the bust line - inspiration for my college project. (Wool and linen stays dating to likely American. An extremely rare rose color wool lined in blue and buff checked inner lining, with kid leather edging. Sold on e-Bay in October 2004 for

Ensemble, House of Redfern, Paris, ca. 1887-89. Wool, silk, cotton, metallic thread. Metropolitan Museum of Art by terri

Ensemble, House of Redfern, Paris, ca. 1887-89. Wool, silk, cotton, metallic thread. Metropolitan Museum of Art by terri

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