Ecru linen ladies whalebone stay dating to the last half of the 18thc. Finely sewn tracks with the whalebone insertion giving the silouhette a barrel front form, with leather trimmings. Back lacings and lined in linen. Measures 28" across mid section lying flat, stand 14" at the back and 12" in front. Ebay: heartnsoul1 Carolyn Forbes Textiles

Ecru linen ladies whalebone stay dating to the last half of the Finely sewn tracks with the whalebone insertion giving the silouhette a barrel front form, with leather trimmings. Back lacings and lined in linen.

Stays, 1785-90, M969X.26

petticoatguru: “ Stays century © McCord Museum “ Stays bore the daily strain of a moving, perspiring, body, and rarely survive. The many narrow stitched channels contain strips of.

Stays, 1785-90, M969X.26

petticoatguru: “ Stays century © McCord Museum “ Stays bore the daily strain of a moving, perspiring, body, and rarely survive.

Stays,1785-1790, M969X.26

petticoatguru: “ Stays century © McCord Museum “ Stays bore the daily strain of a moving, perspiring, body, and rarely survive. The many narrow stitched channels contain strips of.

Stays, America, mid 18th century. Brown linen, bound in white leather at top and bottom edges, having white linen bands, hand embroidered eyelets, originally front and back lacing.

Tan bound in white leather at top and bottom edges, having white linen bands, hand embroidered eyelets, originally front and back lacing, joined at front and pa

Stays, 1785-90, M969X.26

ViewsImage PairsAvailable images : 6 Stays century cm Gift of Mrs. Hamilton © McCord Museum *can we say Ilona flashback?

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