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Flexible female body taffeta quilted cotton batting blue silk and lined with a cotton or linen ecru, trimmed at the armhole and neckline of a silk taffeta ribbon of the same color. This kind of clothing was worn in the 1780s

Flexible female body taffeta quilted cotton batting blue silk and lined with a cotton or linen ecru, trimmed at the armhole and neckline of a silk taffeta ribbon of the same color.

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Flexible female body taffeta quilted cotton batting blue silk and lined with a cotton or linen ecru, trimmed at the armhole and neckline of a silk taffeta ribbon of the same color.

Stays  French, about 1750

Stays French Dimensions Overall: cm in.) Accession Number Medium or Technique Silk damask, printed linen lining, whalebone, silk tape, and kid leather.

Jumps. Cotton with twill tape, silk thread and whalebone. Britain, c.1790-95

Cotton with twill tape, silk thread and whalebone. Britain, Copyright © Victoria and Albert Museum, London / V Images -- All rights reserved.

19th cent Swedish Jumps, Swedish Museum - acquired from a rural owner

cent Swedish Jumps, Swedish Museum - acquired from a rural owner

Image result for Connecticut Historical Society item # 1979.68.864 ; c1800 Woman's day dress of cotton fabric

Maternity Dress, c. Bequest of Martha R. Lambert, The Connecticut Historical Society.

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