Short, diaphragm-length pair of cotton stays (corset) with silk embroidery and linen lining, possibly French or British, ca. 1790.

Stays

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

Stays  1785-1790, 18th century  39.8 cm  Gift of Mrs. Hamilton  M969X.26  © McCord Museum

petticoatguru: “ Stays century © McCord Museum “ Stays bore the daily strain of a moving, perspiring, body, and rarely survive.

1780 - 1795 Stays | Museum of London

Corset of brown cotton twill with shoulder straps that tie at front with cotton (linen? holes down centre back for closure.

Stays | V&A 1780-1789 T.172-1914

Stays

She wore her mother's stays on her visit to Percy. During her last few days she was wearing these stays, embroidered in red, with her mother's initials "M. She must have been buried in them.

Stay busks and stays in storage at Hereford Museum Resource and Learning Centre.

Stay busks and stays in storage at Hereford Museum Resource and Learning Centre. Detailed photos of a pair of stays.

Cotilla Cotilla de seda, en raso de color amarillo claro armada con ballenas. En el perímetro del escote lleva encapsulada una ballena de hierro que remata en los extremos con un cierre. rococó 1750 (ca) INVENTARIO: MT00627 Bello ejemplo de las cotillas en uso a mediados del siglo XVIII, cerradas por delante y con amplio y curvado escote que obliga a mantener los brazos hacia atrás. Las ballenas (de hierro, de madera o de junco) descienden hasta muy abajo.

Cotilla Cotilla de seda, en raso de color amarillo claro armada con ballenas. En el perímetro del escote lleva encapsulada una ballena de hierro que remata en los extremos con un cierre. rococó 1750 (ca) INVENTARIO: MT00627 Bello ejemplo de las cotillas en uso a mediados del siglo XVIII, cerradas por delante y con amplio y curvado escote que obliga a mantener los brazos hacia atrás. Las ballenas (de hierro, de madera o de junco) descienden hasta muy abajo.

El cuerpo vestido. Siluetas y moda (1550–2015) | Museu del Disseny de Barcelona

Spain yellow silk damask corset, gift of Manuel Rocamora, 1969 ref. Museum of Design in Barcelona

Corset (stays) ca. 1775–1790 Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

Corset (ca. of light brown linen; partial straps at shoulder; eyelets along center front and back for lacing; shaped with vertical, horizontal, and diagonal seamed channels; wooden busks at center front;

Stays, altered for nursing (at Colonial Williamsburg) ca. 1765 (textile); prob. altered 1775-1790, Europe, France or Italy Waist: 22"; Length at center front: 14 3/4", bust approx. 30". Silk brocaded with silk and metal threads; whalebone; linen, leather linings. Museum Purchase Acc. No. 1986-111

Stays, altered for nursing ca. altered Origin: Europe, France or Italy Waist: Length at center front: 14 bust approx. Silk brocaded with silk and metal threads;

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