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French farthingale reproduction of Irish linen with grosgrain ribbon by Danielle Jordan - Costume Technologist

Crinoline (Cage)    Date:      1870s

Cage Crinoline American or European. The first type of bustle cage, was meant to manipulate the skirt draping. Big, soft, high bustle skirt is enjoyed during this time period

Back frame

Back frame

Hoop skirt  1860-1869, 19th century

Crinoline (undergarment - hoop skirt) - women's undergarment worn under their dresses/skirts to give them shape; big trend during this time period.

1861-70

Blue watered silk wedding dress with lace trim, and white glazed cotton corset and crinoline hoopskirt, c.

Cage crinoline with unusual design of narrow X tapes instead of wide vertical tapes. Met Museum dates to 1850s, but that's an awful lot of back thrust. [jrb]

Crinoline -- this looks kind of dangerous to me . Amazing skeleton skirt model with crossing tapes. I wonder wether the factory that made this crinoline is known.

Dit is een editorial uit Vogue Russia December 2010. Lekker over de top en de foto's zijn prachtig. Het model vind ik in deze shoot niet echt mooi maar voor deze shoot is ze wel goed gecast. Ach ik...

Editorial: Long Live The Queen

Long Live the Queen Vogue Russia, December 2010 Photographer: Sharif Hamza Model: Ashley Smith

This listing is for an entire, made to measure, Mid-Victorian (1850-1865) Underwear Trousseau. The trousseau includes Camisole and Bloomers, Corset,

This listing is for an entire, made to measure, Mid-Victorian Underwear Trousseau. The trousseau includes Camisole and Bloomers, Corset,

hoop skirt [Photo Credit: Metropolitan Museum of Art Gallery Collection, www.metmuseum.org]

Cage crinoline Date: century Culture: American or European Medium: wire -- Striped webbing!

Summer corset made of cotton adia cloth. Cotton coutil bone casings, cotton cording at bust, cane boning, steel spoon busk, and cotton flossing. Late 1880's pattern by Norah Waugh from Corsets and Crinolines.

Summer corset made of cotton adia cloth. Cotton coutil bone casings, cotton cording at bust, cane boning, steel spoon busk, and cotton flossing. Late pattern by Norah Waugh from Corsets and Crinolines.

Hoop skirt blue wool  Seen a few in red no so many in this color.

Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum c. 1860 half open and half purple covered cage crinoline

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