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This listing is for a pair of pocket hoops that would be suitable for the Mid- to Late 18th Century or the Late Colonial period. They are made of unbleached cotton twill and stiffened with 3 rows of spring steel. It ties closed in front with a white drawstring. Pocket hoops are used to hold skirts out to the sides of the body. They are used in the less exaggerated styles of this period. Pocket hoops are often worn with hip pads underneath to keep skirts from sagging.
Each pocket stands about 6" off the hip
Care Instructions: Dry clean
*Pictures by Brad D'Amico Photography*
"These pocket hoops will be a great addition to my 18th century dress. I enjoyed working with Beth and would order from her again."
"These came out perfect!!! Seller was great at keeping in contact!! Would love to order from again in the future :)"
"It was put together very well and worked well underneath my costume."