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cage crinoline made from wire and  cotton tape

cage crinoline Super great and very early skeleton skirt. I wonder wether the maker / factory is known. They used to stamp their name on the waistband. It looks similar to an old American patent I've found.

Bustle Date Made: 1884-1888  Description: Bustle; "Hazel Bustle", patented applied for. Narrow collapsible bustle. Bustle structure constructed of cotton cloth-covered metal-edged stays attached with grommets. Cotton tape waistband with metal buckle.

Bustle Date Made: Description: Bustle; "Hazel Bustle", patented applied for. Bustle structure constructed of cotton cloth-covered metal-edged stays attached with grommets. Cotton tape waistband with metal buckle.

covered cage crinoline - spring-steel frame + cotton (1858)

Covered cage crinoline

1858 Crinoline frame of white cotton with an all-over self-coloured woven spot pattern and covered spring steel frame.

Cage crinoline  ca. 1858 American  [stamped] (on waistband, date is almost illegible) "J.W. Bradley's, Misses Woven Skirt, Pat. Nov. 2, 1858" [stamped] (on waistband) "No.7" (probably refers to number of hoops and size).

Cage crinoline ca. 1858 American [stamped] (on waistband, date is almost illegible) "J. Bradley's, Misses Woven Skirt, Pat. [stamped] (on waistband) (probably refers to number of hoops and size).

Place of origin:

United Kingdom (made)
Date:

ca. 1867 (made)
Artist/Maker:

Unknown
Materials and Techniques:

Spring steel, covered with and attached to wool braid

Cage crinoline

Cage crinoline Place of origin: UK (made) Date: ca. 1867 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Spring steel, covered with and attached to wool braid

Spring steel hoops entirely covered in red cotton, sewn by hand. Only the bottom part tunnels are sewn by machine.

1858 Steel Cage Crinoline: Crinolines consisted of whalebone or steel hoops sewn onto tapes or into fabric

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