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1887 cotton twill corset - really unusual, this corset is 'fully boned' like corsets leading up to the late 18th c. - in keeping with other corsets of it's period each boning channel is flossed at the top and bottom - but the profusion of boning channels creates an interesting effect with the flossing.

1887 cotton twill corset - really unusual, this corset is 'fully boned' like corsets leading up to the late 18th c. - in keeping with other corsets of it's period each boning channel is flossed at the top and bottom - but the profusion of boning channels creates an interesting effect with the flossing.

shewhoworshipscarlin:1) Corset, 1889. 2) Corset, 1835. (This corset is unusually long for the time period.) 3) Plunge corset, 1905. 4) Corset, 1908. 5) Corset, mid 1880s, USA. 6) Corset, 1890, USA. 7) Corset, 1800s. 8) Reform corset, 1878. 9) Corset, 1900-10, United Kingdom. 10) Summer corset, 1890s.

shewhoworshipscarlin:1) Corset, 1889. 2) Corset, 1835. (This corset is unusually long for the time period.) 3) Plunge corset, 1905. 4) Corset, 1908. 5) Corset, mid 1880s, USA. 6) Corset, 1890, USA. 7) Corset, 1800s. 8) Reform corset, 1878. 9) Corset, 1900-10, United Kingdom. 10) Summer corset, 1890s.

Corset, 1898. Cotton coutil, silk thread, lace, metal. Maker unknown. Part of Frances Glessner's trousseau for her marriage to Blewett Lee, February 9, 1898 at 1800 Prairie Avenue, Chicago, Illinois.

Corset, 1898. Cotton coutil, silk thread, lace, metal. Maker unknown. Part of Frances Glessner's trousseau for her marriage to Blewett Lee, February 9, 1898 at 1800 Prairie Avenue, Chicago, Illinois.

1890 to 1895 woman's floral corset. labelled 'Made in Brussels for Madame Worth's Corsets'.

1890 to 1895 woman's floral corset. labelled 'Made in Brussels for Madame Worth's Corsets'.

Manufacturer: Royal Worcester Corset Company  (American, 1864–1950) Date: ca. 1885 Culture: American Medium: Cotton, metal, bone Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of E.A. Meister, 1950

Manufacturer: Royal Worcester Corset Company (American, 1864–1950) Date: ca. 1885 Culture: American Medium: Cotton, metal, bone Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of E.A. Meister, 1950

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