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Woman's Corset, 1875 (Ref:L.C712.1980.11.0) This corset, in shades of indigo cotton, was made on a corset loom, each half being woven in one piece without the need for pattern cutting and complicated sewing. Hemp twine is hand threaded through each row of mock saddle stitching to give further support and the finished garment is much more flexible and comfortable than traditionally produced corsets of the same period.

Tulle Corset 1875. Well ventilated. I would call this "net" rather than "tulle". Perhaps "mesh".

Burlesque Black & Silver corset 15" $65

Just a little after the CW era, according to the museum where it is located. Very similar, though.

Lacing on both sides,none in back.,Antique Comfort Corset, Side Lacing Maternity, Sports or Riding Corset 1875-1885

TWO-TONE BROWN SPOON BUSK CORSET, 1875-1900 - Heavily corded corset of brown cotton sateen trimmed with brown machine made lace, metal eyelets for lacing at back, metal hooks at center front, excellent.

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