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Corset with bird embroidery Date: 1820–39 Culture: American Medium: Cotton, silk Accession Number: 2000.479 The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Corset

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Item 2009.300.943 Dress c1815, cotton, american

Cotton corset 1810s–20s, American - in the Metropolitan Museum of Art costume collections. (Cording on the sides and back.)

Cotton, synthetic (?) corset 1815–25, American - in the Metropolitan Museum of Art costume collections. (Not sure what "synthetic" means in this description.)

Cotton Day Dress, 1815–20, American. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 2009.300.7598 (This appears to be a child's dress.)

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Brooklyn Collection, Cotton with wool embroidery, it looks so much better on a mannquin

Cotton corset 1820–30, American - in the Metropolitan Museum of Art costume collections. No chest gussets, but lacing is used on the left to close the corset - in addition to the usual lacing at the back.

Printed cotton pelisse, American, ca. 1815. This dress presents a lively and engaging textile with its overall small prints. This style of print was in high demand in the teens and although it could have been made in New England by this time, it was probably imported from England, which shipped large quantities throughout the period.

Date: ca. 1825 Culture: American Medium: straw Dimensions: Length: 16 in. (40.6 cm)

Pelisse, cotton muslin, 1815-20, American. Metropolitan Museum of Art accession no. C.I.40.185.3

1804-15 dress, Austrian. The Met, C.I.39.13.52. [The embellishment is beading, not embroidery. The dress material is almost positively wool.] [ETA: Now zooming extremely close, and I believe it is linen, not wool.]

Ensemble Date: ca. 1810 Culture: French Medium: cotton Accession Number: 11.60.227a–d The Metropolitan Museum of Art