Tailor's - Hanka, Baroque corset, part 1

Tailor's - Hanka, Baroque underware, part 1

Elizabethan Corset Tudor Pair of Bodies in green by redthreaded

Queen Elizabeth I Effigy Bodies, 1603

Jacket Date: ca. 1616 Culture: British Medium: linen, silk, metal Dimensions: L. at center back: 16 ½ in. (42 cm). Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1923 Accession Number: 23.170.1

Pfaltzgrafin Dorothea Sabine von Neuberg pair of bodies, c. 1598

Violet Jovovich Hai Nin Yeoh: Period Clothings (Part 1)

Corset Medium: Silk, silk ribbon, whalebone Date: c. 1770 Country: possibly Europe Object Number: P82.1.16

Baroque Underbodice The typical highwaisted underbodice consists of two parts – the underbodice itself and the stomacher (can be seen on the previous picture), a triangular part of a garment boned by barked reed which covers lacing of the underbodice. The fastening of the underbodice is made according to a drawing of an extant boned bodice pattern located in Museum of London dated back to circa 1635. The separate flat collar and separate cuffs (see J. Arnold: Patterns of Fashion 4) bo...

Met: Chemise --- Date: 1840–59 --- Culture: American --- Medium: linen --- Dimensions: Length (from shoulder): 43 1/2 in. (110.5 cm) --- Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. William D. Tucker, 1978 --- Accession Number: 1978.251.2

Elizabethan Effigy Corset Stays in Silk reed boned by redthreaded, $390.00

Robe Dress made according to the Petrus Christus paiting (1469). Inner dress is of fine white linen and the second A shaped over dress is of gold black brocade. Deep V shaped neck opening and sleeves ends are finished by red velvet. Below breast is wide velvet belt with large broche. Double horned headdress is covered by silk veil.

Coif: H. 9 x W. 8 1/2 inches (22.9 x 21.6 cm); Forehead cloth: H. 7 x W. 17 1/2 inches (17.8 x 44.4 cm)

Chemise, circa 1822, linen, American

Discovering the Effigy Corset

BBC Queen Elizabeth costume 1 Very detailed costume worn by Glenda Jackson as Queen Elizabeth I in the 1970 BBC TV series 'Elizabeth R'. Gown is cream matte satin with braid and embroidery. Underskirt and sleeves in a complementary fabric, possibly curtain material. Fantastic upper bodice, neckline and sleeves

Brassiere, circa 1917 via MMA

Baroque Overgown For a formal or court dress, an overgown is worn over the underbodice and the petticoat. This overgown is made of red satin with white damask lining and consists of the skirt pleated by cartridge pleating and the open bodice laced by red ribbon with short sleeves. In the waistline, which is typically quite high, is a ribbon sash, on which some necessary things can be fastened, for example a fan. The whole dress is decorated with laces, ribbons, braids and pearls (of c...

Chemise (middle 16th century), © Old Italian Lace; Ricci.

Corset and crinoline cage