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Selling some of my antique corsets [Sep. 21st, 2008|09:55 pm]
The History Of Corsets

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Mmmmm...so sad to see them go but it is time for another collector to have some of my pretty old corsets.

Here are the four corsets for sale on e-bay this week, all are Edwardians.

http://stores.ebay.com/LARA-CORSETS


 
 

As always, you are all welcome to copy and use my photos for personal use, research, inspiration and education but they NOT for any form of commercial use or within any publications without my permission please. 

Corset Construction FYI:
All of these corsets are made in the most common construction method of the period. A single layer of strong fabric sewn with flat felled seams. Onto which the bone casings are applied on the inside, over the waist tape. The center front and center back panels are the only ones which have two layers.  They wanted these corsets to be strong and thin.

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