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The beauty of burlesque: Classic LIFE photographs capture glamour of risqué art during its pre-war heyday

Body of work: This Folies Bergere dancer in 1925 used tassels to highlight her acrobatic moves

Alan White figure studies in watercolour and pastel

Nude colours, checked flannel around waist to give it a casual day feel.

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Female Anatomical Figure. Probably Italian, 18th century Science Museum, London.

18k yellow gold pin mounted with ruby jewels to body and diamonds wings. Holds large oval cabochon ruby approx. 28mm x 14.8mm x 9mm set as abdomen. Holds another oval cabochon ruby set as thorax 10.6mm x 7.1mm x 6mm. Also has two small round cabochon rubies set to eyes. Wings and legs adorned with round cut white diamonds approx. 2ctw. Measures Total weight of 1 3/4" length x 1 3/8" width (4.4cm x 3.4cm). Total weight of 10.4dwt / 16.3 grams.

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Drink Me Teacup Tags - ivory with dusky pink ribbon - set of 10

Drink Me Teacup Tags cream with dusky pink ribbon by vintagetwee

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Betty Brosmer.. the highest paid pin-up girl of the 1950s, considered by many as the first true supermodel. Her waist measured 18 inches, her bust 38 inches and hips 36 inches. It’s speculated she achieved her tiny waist with corset training, also known as waist training, waist reduction or tightlacing, for moulding a pronounced and significantly smaller waist, altering the shape of the ribcage in extreme cases and moving internal organs out of their original positions.