1780s Partially Boned Stays
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This listing is for an 18th Century Georgian partially boned corset cut in the 1780s style. It is made of unbleached cotton coutil (pics 7&8) and boned strategically throughout with 1/4" steel boning. The front of the corset has rows of horizontal boning channels that support the bust and give the corset its conical shape. The corset laces closed in back and at the shoulders, but front lacing can be added (choose one of the "F&B" options).
Plain Unbleached Coutil (pics 7&8)
Cotton Covered, Solid Color or Printed
Dupioni Silk Covered (pics 5&6)
Custom Silk Covered (A separate Invoice will be issued for Fabric Cost) (pics 1-4)
Standard or Spiral Lacing
Back Lace Only
Front & Back Lace
Hand Bound Eyelets (additional $30-$60)
Hand Bound Eyelets lend an extra historical touch! An example is shown in Pic 8
Want a Modesty Panel? Add one to your order!
What I Need For Your Order:
Color Preference if you’ve chosen Cotton, Linen, or Silk Covering
Measurements: (Natural Measurements Please! Unless we’ve discussed otherwise)
Neck to Waist:
Underarm to Waist:
Care Instructions: Dry clean
*Pictures by Brad D'Amico Photography*
"Once again, Beth has outdone herself. This corset is stunning, fits perfectly and is incredibly comfortable. Arrived right on time!
Always a pleasure to buy from this shop. Thanks again Historical Designs!!"
"Wow! These stays are seriously amazing! I'm so, so happy with them. I can't thank you enough, Beth. I'll definitely be back for more stuff. Thanks so much!"
"Very nice corset, 100% cotton! Very soft! Fit perfect! Thank you!"
"Thank you SO much for the beautiful stay :) The fabric is even prettier than pictured and it fits well. Looking forward to wearing it at my events this coming year!"