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Chemise, ca. 1860 (made)

Chemise, ca. 1860 (made)

Crinoline in steel and cotton tape, Danish, ca 1860. Nationalmuseum, nr. W.825

Crinoline in steel and cotton tape, Danish, ca 1860. Nationalmuseum, nr. W.825

French shift, second half 19th century, MFA, Boston

French shift, second half 19th century, MFA, Boston

Lobster tail bustles in colored silks. Beautiful enough to wear exposed with other appropriate garments.

Lobster tail bustles in colored silks. Beautiful enough to wear exposed with other appropriate garments.

Chemise- long shirt worn by all classes. went under corset and was the closest garment to the body. Some had lace trim. Origin: Great Britain 18th century. Materials: linen and muslin frill

Chemise

Chemise- long shirt worn by all classes. went under corset and was the closest garment to the body. Some had lace trim. Origin: Great Britain 18th century. Materials: linen and muslin frill

chemise necklines

chemise necklines

Chemise | American | The Met

Chemise | American | The Met

Drawers  Date:     1860–68 Culture:     American or European

Drawers Date: 1860–68 Culture: American or European

Worked by Marietta Carr Chester, for her wedding, June 19, 1862; wide square cut neck, short sleeves, sleeve edges and neck band embroidered with scalloped edges and design of minute stylized vine.

Worked by Marietta Carr Chester, for her wedding, June 19, 1862; wide square cut neck, short sleeves, sleeve edges and neck band embroidered with scalloped edges and design of minute stylized vine.

18th century stay busks (center front stiffening)  V & A Museum

Stay busk

18th century stay busks (center front stiffening) V & A Museum

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