Brian Kesinger shared this amazing photo on Facebook of Victorian (ninja pirates) ladies hitting the gym in 1899! The lady on the far right closest to the camera has a beautiful head of hair (and ridiculously small wrists)!
Corset griffé, Aux Iles Marquises, Mme Brédian, Paris, vers 1875, satin de soie crème entièrement baleiné, bordé de volants de tulle brodé, rubans rose et d’une fleur de ruban crème devant. Laçage à oeillets dans le dos, ouverture frontale par 4 fortes agrafes métalliques.
Google says: Corset scratched, the Marquesas Islands, Ms. Brédian, Paris, circa 1875, cream silk satin fully boned and lined with embroidered tulle ruffles, ribbons and a pink flower cream ribbon before. Lacing eyelets in the back, front opening by 4 strong metal clips.
I apologize if this is completely wrong. I used Google Translate so that I could understand the text. Apologies!
Black court dress, Empress Elisabeth
Owner: Empress Elisabeth daughter of Maximilian of Bavaria Wittelsbach
1837 - 1898
Black court dress of Empress Elisabeth
At festive events wore ladies of the court, and at their head the Empress, dresses with trains, whose length was determined by the importance of the occasion.While these Hofkleider in the first half of the 19thCentury were mostly in bright colors was, in the early days black as very elegant.
The shown court dress of Empress Elisabeth has worked in two parts and consists of a skirt with cut and a train about to bear top with side falling waterfalls.
The carved from black silk moiré skirt on the rear center waist fixes a drapery of the same fabric that is twice bagged and filled with two large Moiréemaschen.The draping ends in a ruffle.The train is under the draping pleated and decorated the edge with Posamentriespitze and Jetperlen and with four stops.
The crafted from the same material top is reinforced with whalebone.It is closed at the front by round, covered with pearls Posamentrie and wooden buttons.The side of the closure of each peak with a waterfall and Posamentrie Jetverzierung.At the top of two downwardly tapered plastic parts are attached, the lead from the rear to the front waist center and frame the drape of the skirt.They are bordered with jetverzierter Posamentriespitze.The sleeves are decorated with sewn-shaped cuff and Musselinrüschen Posamentriespitze with Jetperlen.
In the girdle of the upper part of the company name Hofschneiderin Fanny Scheiner is woven, which could use that title since 1877.
Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna, Carriages and Department of Court Uniforms
Disclaimer: I did not name it a corsette, the AIoC did. Please keep in mind if you don’t like that title, don’t write me and tell me my source is wrong. Kindly write them yourselves and tell them they are wrong. I even saved you the trouble and found the contact form: Here!
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