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Breastfeeding in the late 1700s: Stays, altered for nursing ca. 1765 (textile); prob. altered 1775-1790 Origin: 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;

Find It, Own It, Love It! Interest Free Payment Plans Available Eighteenth Century Corset in Silk Brocade with Large Silver Animal (Stag and Bird) Figural Hooks Deaccessioned from the Metropolitan Mus

Interest Free Payment Plans Available Eighteenth Century Corset in Silk Brocade with Large Silver Animal (Stag and Bird) Figural Hooks Deaccessioned from the Metropolitan Mus

interior of awesome 1720s stays :: French blue silk w/ peach, ivory, & green brocade, CF eyelets to have laced to stomacher, short cap sleeve, cane boning, stays constructed in 3 pieces joined at CB w/ double row of metal eyelets laced w/ cord, tabbed hem, home-spun linen lining

A peak inside a blue silk brocade gown, What a nice response I got on my post on hand sewing! If hand sewing i.

Eighteenth-Century Silhouette and Support | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Stays Corset, Italian Yellow, red, and ivory silk compound weave Gift of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1940

Corset made from yellow silk brocade and trimmed with white leather. It dates from around 1770 and was proberably made in Italy. It forms part of the Fashion Collections of Leicestershire County Council. This corset is available for study, by appointment, at the Collections Resources Centre in Leicestershire.

symingtoncorsets: “Corset made from yellow silk brocade and trimmed with white leather. It dates from around 1770 and was proberably made in Italy. It forms part of the Fashion Collections of.

Dénomination	corps (à baleines)  Auteur/exécutant	anonyme  Période création/exécution	3e quart 18e siècle  Millésime création/exécution	1750 entre ; 1760 et  Matériaux/techniques	soie, armure façonnée, broché, cannelé, cousu à la main ; soie, taffetas, cousu à la main ; métal, fil métallique, cousu à la main ; lin, toile, cousu à la main ; crin ; papier  Numéro d'inventaire	2002.0.35

Dénomination corps (à baleines) Auteur/exécutant anonyme Période création/exécution 3e quart 18e siècle Millésime création/exécution 1750 entre ; 1760 et Matériaux/techniques soie, armure façonnée, broché, cannelé, cousu à la main ; soie, taffetas, cousu à la main ; métal, fil métallique, cousu à la main ; lin, toile, cousu à la main ; crin ; papier Numéro d'inventaire 2002.0.35

Corset, Met Museum  Date:     1740–60 Culture:     American Medium:     linen, leather, whalebone Dimensions:     Length at CF (a): 15 in. (38.1 cm) Credit Line:     Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of the Jason and Peggy Westerfield Collection, 1969 Accession Number:     2009.300.3330a–d

Corset Date: Culture: American Medium: linen, leather, whalebone Accession Number MET

Corset, circa 1770 | Corset, silk, circa 1770, Europe

ornamentedbeing: The best part of being a flight attendant is planning my roster according to museum exhibitions around the world! This lovely pair of stays is part of the new exhibition at FIT NYC.

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