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1902  beachwear corset.  A corset was often required, even while bathing, which, along with an increased participation of women in other sporting activities, led to a burst of inventiveness in corset shapes and types to accommodate every possible activity. This example of a bathing corset is lightly boned, fairly non-restrictive and made of wool, as were many bathing suits of the time.

Beachwear | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Corset Date: 1890s Culture: American Medium: cotton, boning, metal

Corset | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Marking: [imprint] "Dr. Warner's Caroline Health/None genuine without this stamp/Patented May 14, 1889/Long Waist"[label] (on box) "La Reine du Boudoir/F.P./San Vous Je Ne Suis Rien"

fripperiesandfobs:    Corset, 1900  From the Musee Galliera    ♥

Hang Out On Clouds

fripperiesandfobs: “ Corset, 1900 From the Musee Galliera ” ♥

Ivory silk satin corset, masses of boning, classic shape. One of my favourite antique corset images ever. Satin fully-boned corsetry can be the perfect foundation for full bridal ensembles.

wedding corset

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1870-1875  Corset made of cotton, silk and whalebone  Fashion Museum Bath

Young Ladies from the 1870's

1870-1875 Corset made of cotton, silk and whalebone Fashion Museum Bath

Stays        Place of origin:        England, Britain (made)      Date:        1770-1790 (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.      Museum number:        T.909-1913      Gallery location:        In Storage

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Stays, 1780-1789 (made). Woman's stays 1780s, British; Crimson silk damask, partially boned, back lacing. Museum Number T.909-1913.

Wedding Corset Made Of Cotton Twill And Silk Thread Embroidery  c.1887 - Worn By Miss Honore O'Shea, Daughter Of James J. O'Shea And Honore Pyne O'Shea, Whe She Married Donor's Father, John J. Sullivan  November 10, 1887 At Holy Family Church, Roosevelt And May Street, Chicago, Illinois

Corset :: Museum Collection

White silk moiré corset 1860-70 (via Philadelphia museum of art).

High Victoriana

historicalcorsets: “ White silk moiré corset 1860-70 (via Philadelphia museum of art). ”

Corset stiffened with whale bone, 1864.
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Corset stiffened with whale bone, 1864.

Stays  1770-1790  © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Il peut aussi y avoir des couleurs qui claquent.
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OMG that dress!

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Corset United States, circa 1895Costumes; underwear (upper body)Silk satin and cotton twill, and boning with silk-thread embroidery and silk lace and ribbon trim13 x 21 in. (33.02 x 53.34 cm)
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Woman's Corset

Woman's Corset, Unknown, United States, circa 1895, Costumes, Silk satin and cotton twill, and boning with silk-thread embroidery and silk lace and ribbon trim.

Embroidered Cotton Corset, 1860s
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Jacques Fath Evening Gown & Ephemera, 1949 Session 2 - Lot 709 - $550

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fripperiesandfobs:    Corset ca. 1890  From the Philadelphia Museum of Art

High Victoriana

fripperiesandfobs: “ Corset ca. 1890 From the Philadelphia Museum of Art ”

Cotton Corset from V&A Collection, 1825-35. l Victoria and Albert Museum
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Too Petite for Petite: Mounting a 19th Century Corset for Undressed • V&A Blog

Costume mounting is the topsy-turvy task of making a mannequin fit a particular object, a job that can often make you feel more like plastic surgeon than a museum employee, as the following post explains… First...

Corset  1918-1919  The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Inspiration for Catharine's corset

O'Conner, Moffatt & Company | Corset | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Corset 1918-1919 The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Inspiration for Catharine's corset