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Are you playing "Marie Antoinette when she was officially handed over to her French bearers on 7 May 1770, on an island on the Rhine River near Kehl".?-- wikipedia

--or gearing up for your role in American Revolution? "Abigail Adams, a fervent advocate of women's rights, wrote to her husband John Adams at the Continental Congress that "If particular care and attention is not paid to the Ladies, we are determined to foment a Rebellion, and will not hold ourselves bound by any Laws in which we have no voice or Representation." **

This corset will achive the look for those eras. This c.1770's corset achieves the conical shape required in this period using 1/2" steel bones and horizontal boning across the bust. There is little shaping under the bust, and the bust is pushed up to a higher position. This style has shoulder straps attached with adjustable front lacing. It is made in a cranberry red linen. The stomacher front of the corset is embroidered using a design we researched from an historic stomacher.

This Corset is available in size medium only

This corset will fit you if your measurements are within this range:

Ø Bust = 35"-38"
Ø Waist = 27” to 30”
Ø Hip = 37” to 40”

take a look at our size chart http://www.periodcorsets.com/catalog/sizing.php

Ø Side seam alteration point for an adjustable fit
Ø Center back lacing

We can make almost everything on our etsy site custom fit to your measurements.

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**Gells, Edith B. "First Thoughts": Life and Letters of Abigail Adams. New York: Twayne Publishers. 1998.

Reserved listing for Gina Worth


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Linen, Cotton, steel bones, cotton laces, embroidery
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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