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1862-63 cage, American

Cage crinoline Royal Worcester Corset Company (American, Date: Culture: American Medium: linen, metal

1866 style cage crinoline

Vintage clothing, Victorian and Edwardian clothes, antique fashion and corsetry UK

LACMA Womans Cage Crinoline England, circa 1865 Costumes; underwear (lower body) Cotton-braid-covered steel, cotton twill and plain-weave double-cloth tape, cane, and metal Center back length: 36 1/2 in. (92.71 cm); Diameter: 38 1/2 in. (97.79 cm)

LACMA Womans Cage Crinoline England, circa 1865 [probably more Costumes; underwear (lower body) Cotton-braid-covered steel, cotton twill and plain-weave double-cloth tape, cane, and metal Center back length: 36 in. Diameter: 38 in.

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

Cage crinoline  National Trust Inventory Number 1350050  Category: Costume  Date 1860 - 1870  Materials Cotton, Steel, Wool  Cage crinoline - Made from red webbing and cotton tabby and 26 sprung steel hoops held in position with 9 strips of webbing. It is marked Thomson Prize Model Skirt.....Royal Letters Patent on waistband. (female) (foundation garments)   Collection: Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (UK)

Cage crinoline National Trust Inventory Number 1350050 Category Costume Date 1860 - 1870 Materials Cotton, Steel, Wool Measurements Place of origin Collection Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum) Not on show

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

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