Corset Date: ca. 1780  Culture: American  Medium: wool, leather, linen, reeds

Stays 1780 - wool linen - MET Love the spiral lacing and leather protection for the eyelets. Green worsted wool is seen in several extant stays and is described in runnaway ads.

Corset Date: ca. 1780  Culture: American Medium: wool, leather, linen, reeds

Corset Date: ca. 1780 Culture: American Medium: wool, leather, linen, reeds Dimensions: Length at CF: 14 in.

WOMAN'S WOOL STAYS, LATE 18TH C

Aubergine wool exterior w/ white kid trim & edge binding, double layer heavy homespun linen lining, completely channel-sewn w/ bones throughout, CB laces.

Homespun linen, hand woven hemp or other plant fiber lining, baleen stays, corset top & bottom edges faced in .75" white doe skin, hand embroidered CB eyelet holes, B 31", W 27", CFL 12", (large, light stains, some tiny rust stains, outside linen worn away in several tiny spots) very good. BROOKLYN MUSEUM

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Aubergine wool exterior w/ white kid trim & edge binding, double layer heavy homespun linen lining, completely channel-sewn w/ 0.25" bones t...

Wool stays, late century Aubergine wool exterior w/ white kid trim & edge binding, double layer heavy homespun linen lining, completely channel-sewn w/ bones throughout,

Louis XV era Stays; cream stitching, wool twill

Louis XV era Stays; cream stitching, wool twill

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